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Flight Hundreds of passengers left high and dry due

Hundreds of passengers left high and dry due to last minute flight cancellation

Several flights have been cancelled leaving hundreds of passengers in confusion at the airports on May 25. Due to the new restrictions proposed by the state on the airlines at major airports, Mumbai and Chennai were forced to reschedule the flights late on May 24.

"It's unfortunate that there was no effective coordination between the state and the central government. Each state has come up with its own rules, which is confusing and compel only a few to fly," said Nitin Sarin, an aviation law expert.

Tue, 26 May 2020 - 01:13 PM / by Shivam Roy

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