Cyclone Nisarga: Only 8 flights to Mumbai airport, eight trains routes and timing changes

Maharashtra and Gujrat, the two states that are most prone to corona virus, are currently under the threat of Cyclone Nisarga. Mumbai (Mumbai) is estimated to be the most affected by the natural storm. Due to this, many major changes have been made in air and rail traffic in the country’s financial capital.

Although air and rail travel has not started completely in the country due to Corona, domestic flights and special trains were started for some cities. Mumbai is also included in these cities.

Central Railway did many train reschedules and divert

The PR department of Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus said late Tuesday that the Central Railway has rescheduled 5 special trains leaving from Mumbai on June 3 (Wednesday) and June 3 (Wednesday) in view of the cyclone storm. Wednesday) has diverted 3 special trains coming to Mumbai.

Only 8 flights will arrive at Mumbai Airport

Due to cyclone nature, the management of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai has decided that only 8 flights will arrive at Mumbai Airport on Wednesday whereas only 11 flights will depart from Mumbai. Only 5 airlines will operate these 19 flights. Which includes Air Asia India, Air India, Indigo, Go-Air and SpiceJet. Apart from this, all the flights at the airport have been canceled.

IndiGo canceled 17 flights

At the same time, in the wake of the storm, Indigo Airlines canceled 17 flights to Mumbai. Now he will operate only 3 flights on Wednesday.

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