"Most Fliers Had Return Tickets": Lawyer Of Airline In 'Donkey Flight' Row

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  • Published On: December 26, 2023
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The lawyer of the airline whose plane was allegedly used for a 'donkey' flight and was grounded in France has claimed that most of the passengers had hotel reservations and return tickets from Nicaragua, which was the destination as far as the company was concerned. Officials have said 299 of the plane's 303 passengers were Indian and the plane was grounded after a tip-off that the fliers were likely to be victims of human trafficking.

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