According to an airline spokesperson, an Air India Express flight carrying 182 Indian people evacuated from war-torn Ukraine landed here on Tuesday morning from Bucharest, Romania.
According to the spokesperson, they were received at the Mumbai airport by Union MSME Minister Narayan Rane.
According to him, the AI Express aircraft IX-1202 from Bucharest to Kuwait landed around 7.40 a.m.
On Monday, a plane carrying Indian people returning from Ukraine took off from Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja International Airport (CSMIA) bound for Bucharest.
Since February 27, this is the second evacuation flight from Bucharest to Mumbai, bringing Indians back from the war-torn Ukraine.
The Air India Express is Air India's worldwide budget subsidiary, presently controlled by the Tata Group.
With 219 Indian evacuees from Ukraine, Air India flew the first chartered aircraft to CSMIA from Bucharest on Saturday.
On Saturday, India began evacuating its nationals from Romania and Hungary, Ukraine's western neighbours, after Russia launched a military attack there.
Approximately 14,000 Indians were stuck in Ukraine, the majority of them were college students.
(Inputs from PTI)