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SpiceJet flights in Bengaluru likely to get affected due to bad weather

SpiceJet flights in Bengaluru likely to get affected due to bad weather

Urging travellers to keep a check on their flight status through the booking website, the carrier tweeted a link on its official Twitter handle.

Owing to bad weather in Bengaluru, all departures, arrivals, and consequential flights may get affected, SpiceJet said. Owing to bad weather in Bengaluru, all departures, arrivals, and consequential flights may get affected, SpiceJet said.

Budget airline SpiceJet on Sunday said that owing to bad weather in Bengaluru, all arrivals, departures and consequential flights may get affected.

Urging travellers to keep a check on their flight status through the booking website, the carrier tweeted a link on its official Twitter handle.

Meanwhile, the Karnataka government recently revised COVID rules for international passengers landing at the state's airport in view of the concerns over the Omicron variant of coronavirus.

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According to the airport rules, all foreign passengers will be tested for COVID-19 and will have to undergo requisite home quarantine.

Travellers who have been tested negative on arrival at Bengaluru airport will go under quarantine for seven days and will be tested again after seven days.

Furthermore, 2 per cent of the travellers from countries that do not come under the 'at-risk' category will undergo random testing at the airport on arrival. Bengaluru International Airport will bear the cost of random testing of such passengers.

Karnataka registered six more Omicron cases on Saturday, of which five have been detected from COVID-19 clusters that have surfaced from two educational institutions in the Dakshina Kannada district. With this, the state's case tally has risen to 14.

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Published on: Dec 19, 2021, 10:28 AM IST
Posted by: Manali, Dec 19, 2021, 10:18 AM IST