Indian national carrier Air India on Wednesday announced that it has cancelled all flights between India and UK (United Kingdom) amid the latest restrictions imposed by the UK Govt.
Amid the huge surge of Coronavirus cases in India, the United Kingdom on Monday added India into the ‘Red List’ for travel and bans all arrivals from India except for the UK or Irish nationals.
Due to restrictions implemented by UK authorities the following flights of Air India scheduled between stands cancelled.
- AI131/AI130 Mumbai-London-Mumbai
- AI161/AI162 Delhi-London-Delhi
- AI131/AI178 Mumbai-London- Bengaluru
- AI177/AI130 Bengaluru-London- Mumbai
“Passengers who were to travel between India and UK may kindly note that in view of recent restrictions announced by UK, flights from/to UK stand cancelled from 24th to 30th April ’21. Further updates regarding rescheduling, refunds & waivers will be informed shortly.” Air India Twitted.
#FlyAI : Passengers who were to travel between India and UK, may kindly note that in view of recent restrictions announced by UK, flts from/to UK stand cancelled from 24th to 30th April ’21. Further updates regarding rescheduling, refunds & waivers will be informed shortly.(2/2)— Air India (@airindiain) April 21, 2021
The airline further added that they are in the process to schedule one weekly flight to the UK from Delhi and Mumbai between 24th to 30th April ’21.
Air India will soon update the passengers regarding rescheduling, refunds, and waivers. Information regarding the same will also be updated on our website and social media channels.