MIAMI – After positive COVID-19 cases found on board an Air India (AI) flight to Hong Kong, the government of the Administrative Region has banned the airline. The suspension will last until December 3 and is the fifth ban for the airline.
Previously, passengers on AI flight from Delhi to Hong Kong tested positive after their arrival, with authorities temporarily cutting the carrier’s operations. As AI halted the route since July, New Delhi-Hong Kong flights were not available from August 18-31, September 20-October 3 and October 17-30. Apart from this route, the ban also affected Mumbai-Hong Kong flights from October 28 read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”