New Delhi, Less than a month after the start of international air travel, there has been a resurgence of corona in air travel. Flights to Hong Kong have been banned until April 24 due to the growing Corona transition in China.
An official said the Hong Kong flight was banned after three passengers were found infected with corona.
In a statement issued on Monday, Air India said Indian tourists can only go to Hong Kong if they have a negative report of a Corona test 48 hours before the trip.
In addition, all international travelers are required to undergo a Corona test upon arrival at the Hong Kong airport. According to the report, on April 16, three passengers on Air India’s AI316 Delhi-Kolkata-Hong Kong flight were found to be infected with Corona.
Of all the three Corona waves, the airlines sector was the most affected. Regular international flights were resumed in India on March 27 after a two-year long ban.
The report said that Air India had canceled its flight service to Hong Kong due to nine restrictions imposed by the Hong Kong authorities and limited demand.