India’s airlines are struggling to keep passengers coming to their flights amid the worst weather in decades.
An air ticket is a gift from your loved ones that allows you to travel on a flight without paying the ticket price.
It has long been the lifeblood of the airline industry and has long provided cheap tickets to tourists and locals alike.
Air India’s fares have fallen sharply in recent weeks.
Last week, they dropped to a mere Rs 25,000 from Rs 50,000, the lowest in years, and are expected to drop further in the coming days.
“Our ticketing system has to cope with this,” said Anand Kumar, vice president of air travel at India’s Civil Aviation Authority.
In the past week, airlines have been forced to cancel or delay some flights to the north Indian city of Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Kochi.
The airports in the southern city of Bangalore, which is also home to Bengaluru’s government, have been shut for a week, forcing the government to cancel flights.
BENGALURU: The Karnataka government has cancelled a number of flights to and from Bengaluru due to the severe weather in the state.
At least 20 flights have been cancelled in the past 24 hours.
Rajiv Bhattacharya, director general of the Civil Aviation Department in Bengaluru says that the weather is so bad that it has caused some delays to the city’s flights.
“We’ve received complaints from Bengalurians, so we’ve decided to cancel some flights,” Bhattchary said.
On Monday, the airport in the city was also hit by severe winds, with gusts of up to 100km/h, and severe rain.
Karnataka has already been battered by two major cyclones in the last week.
India has suffered a number different outbreaks of bird flu and other diseases in the country in recent months.
One of the most important cases of bird influenza was in Bhojpur, a city in western Uttar Pradesh.
There, over 400 people, including over 100 students, died in a cluster of deaths that occurred on May 27.
A number of people in Bhatpur have died of the virus in recent days.
In October, there was an outbreak in the district of Thiruvananthapuram in the south of the country.
That outbreak killed over 200 people, with at least three of them being schoolchildren.
Indian media reported that a senior government official in Uttar Pradesh had said that the state was on alert because the pandemic is spreading faster than expected.
But that official, Prakash Javadekar, later retracted his statement.
Even as India struggles with the weather, its economy is also struggling.
Data released by the Bureau of Statistics show that GDP has shrunk by 0.9 per cent this year, and that the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) fell by 4.5 per cent in 2017, to a record low.
Government data also show that the Indian economy has slowed down since the start of the year, with growth dropping to 5.9 percent from 7.4 percent.
So far this year India’s GDP has fallen by about 7.5 percent, according to the World Bank, and by more than 3 per cent since June.
While the Indian government’s efforts to combat the virus have been successful, the impact on business has been severe.
Most of the countries largest businesses, such as India’s big companies, have closed down in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, and some of the largest companies in the world have cut staff or reduced investment.
Reuters India and the United States have been trading barbs since last week, when the Trump administration imposed sanctions on India and imposed travel bans on officials and companies involved in the coronacide trade.
Trump’s move came after India imposed travel restrictions on more than 40 American citizens and companies on Thursday and on an additional 15 Indian citizens and firms on Friday.
Both countries had previously imposed similar sanctions, including one imposed by Trump in February, on people connected to the countrys coronaviruses.
U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a joint press conference with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, India, May 27, 2021.
S, which has been accused of imposing a new global trade embargo, has now imposed a new trade embargo on India, with Trump ordering the imposition of sanctions against the Indian Government, its officials and its entities.
Some Indian media outlets have reported that Trump has called Modi to demand an end to the sanctions, and the two leaders have reportedly spoken in person in Washington this week.