Cyclone Fani. A million have been evacuated due cyclonic storm

As cyclone ‘Fani’ has moved away, flight operations resumed at Kolkata and Bhubaneswar airports on May 4, said the ministry of civil aviation. “Flight operations to and from Bhubaneswar airport has resumed. Alliance Air flight from Ranchi is the first flight to land,” tweeted the ministry. Read More

As cyclone ‘Fani’ has moved away, flight operations resumed at Kolkata and Bhubaneswar airports on May 4, said ministry of civil aviation. “Flight operations to and from Bhubaneswar airport has resumed. Alliance Air flight from Ranchi is the first flight to land,” tweeted the ministry on Saturday at 4.26 pm.

Alliance Air is a wholly owned subsidiary of Air India. It mainly operates domestic routes under regional connectivity scheme UDAN.

Kolkata airport, owned and managed by Airports Authority of India (AAI), also tweeted that flight operations have resumed.

“Air India AI 743 to Agartala is the first departure from Kolkata at 0957 hrs; G8 101 from Delhi is the first flight to land in Kolkata at around 1010 hrs,” it said on Twitter.

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