Etihad from Abu Dhabi reported on Thursday that the trip to chosen Indian urban areas was briefly suspended from March 22.
Flights to and from Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Kozhikode and Tribandrum are suspended, the aircraft said.
The choice was made after India reported on March 22 that it would bar all global business traveler flights from arriving in the nation for seven days.
The Abu Dhabi aircraft has additionally reported Etihad Credit, which permits visitors to defer their itinerary items by permitting a free wiping out and giving the first estimation of the booking as a credit for the following excursion.
In an announcement discharged on Thursday, Etihad stated: “As the circumstance encompassing the novel coronavirus COVID-19 advances, these new estimates offer greatest adaptability and guarantee that visitors who need to travel must do so securely and serenely.”
Robin Kamark, Chief Commercial Officer of the Etihad Aviation Group, stated: “In these phenomenal occasions, we comprehend that a portion of our visitors either can’t venture out or decide not to travel, and it is our obligation to give them however much as could reasonably be expected to help.
“Presently, like never before, there is a worldwide exertion to deal with one another and stop the spread of COVID-19 in these difficult conditions. With Etihad Credit, we can help diminish the pointless weight looked by numerous individuals of our clients.”