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Corona havoc: More than 2,800 flights canceled worldwide, know full details here

Highlights

  • Flight operations badly affected by rising cases of Corona
  • More than 2,800 flights were canceled worldwide on Monday
  • Also more than 11,000 flights were delayed all over the world.
  • Christmas and New Year’s time is most important for airlines

New Delhi
The cases of the new variant Omicron of Corona are increasing rapidly all over the world. Due to this, the era of restrictions has started returning once again in many countries. On Monday, more than 2,800 flights were canceled across the world while more than 11,000 flights were delayed. According to FlightAware, about 1,000 flights had to be canceled in the US alone. Due to this, the passengers had to face a lot of problems.

Christmas and New Year’s time are the most important for airline companies, but flights have been badly affected due to the increasing cases of Omicron. Earlier on December 24, 25 and 26, more than 6,000 flights had to be canceled worldwide. More than 1,200 flights were canceled in the US on Sunday and more than 5,000 were delayed. On Monday, Alaska Airlines canceled 133 flights, which is 19 percent of its total operations.

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Corona havoc in Europe too
There has been a record increase in the cases of corona in many countries of Europe. British Airways said that it had to cancel several flights. According to FlightAware, the airline had to cancel 46 flights on Monday. Germany’s Lufthansa airline said that the aviation industry has still not recovered from the pandemic and will have to cancel 10 per cent of its flights proposed for the winter.

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