More than 20,000 Brits on 83 Foreign Office charter flights will return to the UK from across southern Asia by 7 May.
A further 28 charter flights from India, Bangladesh and Pakistan have been announced by the FCO in recent days with a capacity of 7,000 passengers.
14 from India, running between 28 April and 4 May; nine from Pakistan, running between 30 April and 7 May and five from Bangladesh, running between 29 April and 7 May.
The flights are in addition to 55 charters which have already departed from across southern Asia in previous weeks.
Lord Tariq Ahmad, minister of state for South Asia and the commonwealth, said: “We know British travellers remain concerned about getting home to their friends and families, and we continue to do all we can to bring them back to the UK.”