DGCA Asks Airlines To Operate Additional Flights


In view of closure of Cochin airport and to ensure that passengers are not inconvenienced, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has asked the scheduled domestic airlines to operate additional flights.

Out of 71 arrivals and 74 departures of scheduled domestic airlines to/from Cochin, 23 and 24 arrival and departure respectively had been rescheduled and additionally 19 arrival/departure had been operated to/from Trivandrum, Calicut and Coimbatore airports.

Nine foreign carriers operating to Cochin have also rescheduled their flights to/from Trivandrum, a release said here Friday night last.

Scheduled domestic airlines have also been advised to ensure that airfares for flights to/from Trivandrum and Calicut airports in Kerala and nearby airports like Mangalore and Coimbatore are kept at optimal level proportionate to sector distance so that travelling public is not inconvenienced. Read More

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