https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-52795577

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Image caption Airports are seeing long queues as flights resume after two months. Long queues and chaos greeted passengers at Indian airports as flights resumed after a two-month lockdown. Local media said almost 100 flights were cancelled, although many more took off as scheduled. Maharashtra state which has the highest number of Covid-19 cases in India ,said it would only allow only 50 flights a day, leading to several cancellations. Angry passengers say they were not informed ahead of time. "Our flight was cancelled and there is no-one to answer us at the help desk. We don't know what to do now," a passenger in the southern city of Chennai told the ANI news agency. He says he and his fa... Full story

25 May

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