Air India on Thursday decided to suspends all its flights to Kuwait till April 30, and cut down services to various other countries, including Spain, France and Sri Lanka.
The move comes after the national carrier announced a temporary suspension of its services to Rome, Milan and Seoul, amid the coronavirus pandemic which has triggered the imposition of travel restrictions by various countries across the globe.
An airline official said all flights operating to and from Kuwait have been cancelled till April 30.
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“The existing curtailment of services to Seoul (South Korea), Rome and Milan (Italy) too has been extended till April 30,” he added.
“In view of the prevailing fettle due to pandemic/COVID-19, the market planning has taken feedback from respective stations and based on their recommendations, some of the flights to a various international destination are being temporarily suspended while the frequency of other services is being reduced accordingly,” the official said.
Air India at present operates to Kuwait from Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Goa and Mumbai.
As per the revised flight schedule, Air India would operate only two flights on the Delhi-Madrid-Delhi route up to April 30, in place of the existing three.
The third flight would remain cancelled between March 17 and April 28, the official said.
Similarly, of the seven flights per week between Delhi and Paris now, the carrier has cancelled four services between March 16 and March 30. The other three flights will remain operational up to April 30, he said.
On Wednesday, the government decided to suspend all visas, except a few categories such as diplomatic and employment, from March 13 to April 15.
(Source: PTI News )
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