Traffic rights row grounds flight from Bahrain to India

Traffic rights row grounds flight from Bahrain to India

[singlepic id=37 w=320 h=240 float=] A dispute between India’s civil aviation ministry and Bahrain Air has grounded its flights on its newly-launched service to Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. The privately-held carrier’s flights to Thiruvananthapuram were part of a bilateral agreement signed between Bahrain and India. However, the Indian authorities had still not approved of the continuation of flights to Thiruvananthapuram for the summer season, which started on Monday. “This turn of events was totally unexpected, and the carrier is pursuing all means, including diplomatic, to find a speedy resolution to this matter,” said Bahrain Air chief executive, Richard Nuttall.

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