Cyclone Yaas Fury: Mumbai Airport Cancels 6 Flights

However, flights to other regions are being operated as per schedules and all passengers have been requested to reconfirm schedules with their respective airlines before making travel plans.
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Mumbai, May 26 : The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) has cancelled a total of six flights to eastern India following the threats from Cyclone Yaas which is made landfall in Odisha at 9.15 a.m., an official said here on Wednesday.

These include cancellations of three incoming and three outgoing flights between Mumbai and Bhubaneshwar and Kolkata.

However, flights to other regions are being operated as per schedules and all passengers have been requested to reconfirm schedules with their respective airlines before making travel plans.

The very severe Cyclone Yaas started landfall and is expected to cross northern Odisha-West Bengal coasts to south Balasore with wind speeds of between 130-155 kmph lashing the region accompanies by heavy rains, stormy seas and other disturbances over the next few hours.

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