• Friday, October 07, 2022


Air India expects a surge in demand after UK and US ban large gadgets on flights from six Muslim nations

Air India continues to face an uncertain future.

By: Sarwar Alam

The state-owned Air India expects a surge in demand on its flights to the US and the UK following a ban imposed by the authorities on carrying laptops and tablets in cabin baggage on flights from some Muslim countries. “All our flights to the US are non-stop. This ban is only for the countries in the Middle East and Gulf, and will not affect us at all,” director finance, Air India, Vinod S Hejmadi said. The airline says it is open to adding more flights to these countries, if there is an increase in demand following the ban. “This is…

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