At the point when PM Modi arrives back in Delhi on Wednesday, he would have finished maybe the busiest and quickest multi-country trip, including the United States, by an Indian prime minister.

Out of the 95 hours that he spent on the trek, the PM utilised 33 hours flying in his Air India Boeing.

In the rest of the time, he went to 33 consecutive engagements and gatherings in the US, Portugal and the Netherlands, therefore making it one of the busiest foreign outings by an Indian PM.

The PM would have thought two of the four evenings amid the trek flying, without remaining a night in either Portugal or the Netherlands.

The PM, first flew 10 hours to Lisbon, leaving at 7 am on June 24 from Delhi. He didn’t register there amid the day, having a preparation in the VVIP Lounge of the Lisbon Airport on landing and leaving straight for Portugal’s foreign ministry from that point.

After gatherings and a working lunch there, he went by the Champalimaud Foundation, held a connection with the Indian community and left straight for the Lisbon Airport to fly out at 6 pm local time for Washington DC.

Timing around eight hours on the following flight to the US, the Prime Minister arrived early Sunday morning local time. Throughout the following two days, he has a pack of engagements incorporating gatherings with US President Donald Trump, Vice-President Mike Pence, US CEOs and a collaboration occasion with the Indian community in Washington. As he has no engagements in the US on the third day, PM Modi left for Amsterdam Monday night thinking about the plane for the travel.

There as well, he had around seven engagements, including an address to the Indian community at night, before he left straight for the aeroplane terminal to depart for Delhi at 7 pm Dutch time.

Modi was booked to arrive in Delhi at 6:20 am on Wednesday, on what is relied upon to be a working day, before he sets out for his home state Gujarat the following day.