Big Update air travelers: Due to heavy rains, airlines issued advisory for passengers

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Mumbai Heavy Rain Alert: Heavy rain has been recorded in Mumbai from 1 am to 7 am, during this time heavy rain of 300 mm was recorded. Due to which the airlines have issued advisory for passengers for air travel.

Mumbai Heavy Rain Alert: Due to heavy rains in the country’s financial capital Mumbai, an advisory has been issued for air traffic. Vistara and Indigo have issued a new and fresh advisory for air traffic for passengers. Let us tell you that today (July 8), heavy rain of 300 mm has been recorded in Mumbai in just 6 hours. Due to rain in Mumbai, a new advisory has been issued for people traveling by air. Heavy rain has been recorded in Mumbai from 1 am to 7 am, during which heavy rain of 300 mm was recorded. Due to which the airlines have issued an advisory for passengers for air travel.

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Vistara advised passengers

Airlines company Vistara has instructed its passengers to check the advisory before leaving home. Due to rain, road traffic has increased a lot and vehicle movement has become slow, due to which it is advised to take out more time and reach the airport early. Apart from this, Indigo has also issued an advisory for passengers.

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Attention IndiGo passengers!

Airline company IndiGo posted on X that passengers coming from Mumbai and going to Mumbai must check the advisory before leaving home. Mumbai airport has been affected due to heavy rains. The company has also released a link for alternate flights and full refund on the post. Apart from this, a link has also been released for flight status.

Heavy rain in Mumbai

Let us tell you that very heavy rain has been recorded in Mumbai this morning. 300 mm of rain has been recorded in Mumbai early in the morning on 8th July. Due to heavy rains, some areas have been flooded, due to which the Surbanban train service has also been affected.

Apart from this, heavy rains are also expected in Mumbai. Children of private schools, government schools and all BMC schools in the BMC area were given leave for the first half. Now, looking at the situation, a decision will be taken for the new session.

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