Due to Corona, international airlines are open with conditions after five months. Neha Das bought Air India ticket for around 60000 thousand rupees. When she reached the airport on Wednesday, officials said that it is not possible for her to go to South Korea.
New Delhi: Coronavirus Pandemic: Around 100 passengers suddenly looked upset at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI Airport) on Wednesday night. According to him, Air India officials told that upon reaching there , the South Korean government has not allowed their arrival in India in view of the increasing infection of Corona . Now these travelers are neither in a condition to wait in Delhi and wait to go to South Korea nor are they ready to return to their city. 26-year-old Neha Masters (MA) from Jamshedpur city of Jharkhand is going to South Korea to study. Due to Corona, international airlines are open with conditions after five months. Neha Das bought Air India ticket for around 60000 thousand rupees. When she reached the airport on Wednesday, officials said that it is not possible for her to go to South Korea.
Neha says that now she is afraid of returning to Jamshedpur. Because on reaching there they will have to quarantine for 14 days. She says, "I have come from Jamshedpur and am going to South Korea for the first time to study MA. But my dreams are broken. If we don't get there on time, we will be dropped from college. South Korea For the third time our flight has been canceled. Now on reaching the airport, these officials are saying that South Korea has not allowed us to go there. " Many other passengers, who were deprived of going to South Korea, kept fighting and speculating with the airline officials at the airport. Dr. Anita Mehta explains, "I have come from Chennai and now at the last moment I am saying that Indians are not allowed to go to South Korea because of Corona's rising numbers. What does it mean to tell in the last moment? Our Please help.
Bharat came to Delhi via Salem via Chennai and now has to reach South Korea. He says, "We were not allowed web checking. On reaching the IGI Airport in Delhi, the officials at the counter were also not convinced about the information. After all I could not go (Airlines AI312 to Delhi to Incheon)." On Wednesday evening, around 100 passengers got stuck at Indira Gandhi International Airport, many of whom are students studying abroad and many work there.
Families of stranded passengers are accompanied by young children. The complaint of these people is that if they had been told about this earlier, they would not have been caught like this. Now when they return to their states from Delhi, they will be quarantined there too. There is no information about when we will be allowed to go to South Korea.