New Delhi: In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, Air India has canceled all flights to and from the UK for seven days.
On the ban imposed from April 24-30, Air India told the passengers traveling during this period, "Following the recent restrictions imposed by the UK, scheduled flights between April 24 and April 30 have been canceled. Regarding these flights, all information including refunds, rescheduling will be done later."
Air India shared this information through its official Twitter handle and has also given details of canceled flights.
These Air India flights have been cancelled
AI131 / AI130
AI161 / AI162
AI131 / AI178
AI177 / AI130 Bengaluru-London- Mumbai
Air India also said that the process of operating a flight from Delhi and Mumbai to the UK between April 24 and April 30 is being considered. Information about this will also be given on the Air India website.
Britain's Health Minister Matt Hancock said on Monday that 103 cases of coronavirus variants from India have been reported. The British High Commission in India said the move was taken to prevent infection.
India in Britain's Red List
It is noteworthy that Britain has put India in its red list. Also, citizens coming to Britain from other countries are being kept quarantined for 10 days.
The visit of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was to visit India from April 26, has been canceled in view of the coronavirus pandemic.