Kovid: Hong Kong asks Air India to postpone flights for 2 weeks

Kovid: Hong Kong asks Air India to postpone flights for 2 weeks

new Delhi: Hogcog Has again asked Air India not to operate flights there for two weeks starting on Sunday (20 September). Like the first suspension last month, this time there is also a significant number of passengers testing positive on arrival in Hong Kong, India.
“The Civil Aviation Authority of Hong Kong advises AI not to operate for two weeks until 3 October. Only one flight was to operate in this period – Delhi-Hong Kong was canceled on Monday (21 September) and passengers. Was informed, “a senior AI official said.
Last month too, Hong Kong halted Air India flights for two weeks after testing positive after the arrival of 11 passengers flying from Delhi on 14 August. Cathay Pacific is not operating in India during the epidemic.
Chinese media reported that Hong Kong has temporarily suspended Cathay Dragon (Cathay’s regional branch) flights on the Kuala Lumpur route. Five people flew AI Express to Malaysia and then a connecting flight to Hong Kong, where they tested positive on arrival according to those reports.
Last week, Dubai aviation authorities decided to suspend AI Express operations in the city for 15 days after the budget airline twice flew passengers with a positive report from Kovid from India. The Dubai Civil Aviation Authority revoked the suspension after apologizing to AI Express and assuring that it would not happen again.
Last Friday, the airline spokesperson said: “We have apologized to the Dubai authorities for the two flaws and assured them of conducting a multi-level strict investigation to ensure that this does not repeat. (Accordingly) from Saturday to September 19, all AI Express flights will operate as per the original schedule and from Dubai. ”

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