Air India Express Flights to Dubai airports have been temporarily suspended for 15 days, starting today (September 18) until October 3. The authorities have alleged that these flights had ferried coronavirus positive patients to Dubai twice. Air India Express has also been penalised to bear all medical and quarantine expenditures of the coronavirus patients who had been ferried to Dubai.
For the next 15 days, the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority has stopped Air India Express from flying to Dubai, alleging that two coronavirus positive passengers flew on board the flights to Dubai on two separate occasions despite having COVID-19 positive test reports.
In a report, the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority said, “You are aware of our previous intimation made to you by our letter dated September 2 for boarding a passenger with a coronavirus positive test result, who endangered the other passengers on board and also caused a serious health risk.”
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