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Due to the cold, a single plane has not yet been taken off from the Delhi airport.

Due to the cold, a single plane has not yet been take off  from the Delhi airport.

On Wednesday, there was relief from shivering in the plains, but snowfall continued in the hills. The result of this is that many states of north India, including Delhi-NCR, were found to see dense fog on Thursday. Not even a single flight was available from Delhi airport till 7.30 am, while 12 trains were delayed. At the same time, the three flights to Delhi airport have also been changed.

Jet Airways has tweeted about weather updates. He wrote – Due to the adverse weather conditions at Delhi airport, our flights coming and going from Delhi have been affected.

Earlier, Delhi’s minimum temperature was 6.5 degrees Celsius. In Kargil minimum temperature of minus 17 was recorded. In Punjab, Rajasthan and Delhi, the minimum temperature has decreased as compared to the previous days. Fog effect has begun to fall on the rail and air traffic. Most trains reaching Delhi are delayed. Time has changed for some trains. Some have been canceled.

On Wednesday, the minimum temperature in Rajasthan came to minus. The temperature of only three cities in the state was above 5 degrees. Fatehpur recorded a temperature of 1.5 degree Celsius and Mount Abu was 4.4 degrees Celsius.

Brooms, Folding Beds, Pressure Cooker Tops The List On The Most Check-In Request On International Bound Flights: Reports

Indian flyers are often a nightmare according to the flight attendants. There have been many incidents as once, a passenger from Melbourne to New Delhi create such a mess in the plane after getting drunk that he allegedly tore the clothes of the attendants and had to be tied to his seats.

Now there seems to be the problem of the Indians luggage travelling abroad.

According to the Virgin Atlantic Airways, the list of items frequently requested for check-in by passengers travelling from Delhi to London includes; bed-head from India to use in their new homes in the UK and brooms – a very common check-in request followed by folding beds. “(Indian) students usually ask if they can carry mangoes and pressure cookers, Maggi and ready to eat food packs,” the airline said.

“The findings featured a strong variety of animals, ranging from fish and a budgie on a customer’s shoulder along with several car parts including an engine. There also seems to be regional patterns, with… loose tyres common place in Lagos,” it added.

However, Indians are definitely not the best behaved when it comes to flying global. A probe by the UAE aviation authorities into the crash-landing of an Emirates flight at Dubai in September 2016, in which 80% were Indians, showed that Indians don’t follow instructions even when it comes to crisis times. The UAE report said that flyers evacuated the plane with their handbags despite being told by the crew not to do so.

“We Indians even on a bloody holiday are in a hurry. Hurry to check in, hurry for security checks, hurry to board the aircraft, hurry to pick our luggage even before the flight touches the ground and hurry to get out of the aircraft even before stairs arrive or sky walk is connected to the aircraft,” said a user, who describes himself as a frequent flier. He also points out that Indians love ‘free’ things and often end up taking too many candies, peanuts and wet tissues for their entire family.

Stealing headphones and blankets, not switching off the phone during take-offs or landings despite warnings, taking selfies and pictures inside the flight when asked not to do so, not making way or getting up from the seat for fellow passengers were also listed as some of the reasons that make Indians terrible travellers.

By: Simran Dhingra

Dragged-Out Passenger Gave A $750Million Downfall To The Airlines Company.

The case of dragging out the passenger from an over-crowded Plane has got its lime from the internet. This has gained an outrage in International Media. While china is accusing the Airlines Company of being Racist and opted for a boycott to the airlines.

The assumptions are made that the old citizen was thrown out of the overcrowded plane, for being Asian.

It is said after being dragged out of the plane, the passenger ran back into the plane with a face covered in BLOOD,&, he was yelling “ Just Kill Me” redundantly.

As a result of this brutality, United Airlines is now facing the consequences of their act.

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Reports say, that the market value of the United Airlines has fallen $750 Million from $22.5 Billion in just one day. This just happened after the video of bloodied passenger being dragged out of the plane, brutally.

United’s CEO Oscar Munoz has stood by the decision to remove the man who refused to give up his seat on the overbooked flight to a United employee on stand-by.

In a note to employees, Munoz wrote, “as you will read, this situation was unfortunately compounded when one of the passengers we politely asked to deplane refused and it became necessary to contact Chicago Aviation Security Officers to help. While I deeply regret this situation arose, I also emphatically stand behind all of you, and I want to commend you for continuing to go above and beyond to ensure we fly right.”

It’s good to uniebe a supportive boss, but at what cost?