The German nationwide who was stranded on the transit space of Delhi airport for the final 55 days because of the lockdown, left for Amsterdam on Tuesday.
In accordance with sources, the German nationwide left on an early morning KLM flight to Amsterdam after testing unfavorable for COVID-19 earlier than boarding.
German nationwide Edgard Ziebat had been dwelling within the worldwide transit space on the Indira Gandhi Worldwide (IGI) airport in Delhi for nearly 54 days after he received caught because of the coronavirus-induced lockdown.
The authorities involved had made applicable preparations for the international nationwide dwelling on the airport and had additionally initiated an investigation towards him.
In the course of the interrogation, Mr Ziebat had mentioned that he got here from Vietnam on March 18 by Vietjet airline and had a connecting flight to Istanbul in Turkey.
However there have been no flights out there for Istanbul as India had suspended all business flight companies resulting from COVID-19, he instructed the authorities.
In a while, the airport authorities had additionally requested the 40-year-old German nationwide to board a particular flight to Germany, which was operated beneath the Germany Embassy in Delhi, however neither the embassy nor the airways agreed to take him on board. Turkish Airline additionally refused to take him on board as a result of he was not carrying a Turkish passport.
Airport operator DIAL had supplied all fundamental facilities together with meals, garments, toiletries objects and a recliner for sleeping to the German nationwide.