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Cyclone Vayu: AAI to suspend flight operations at five Gujarat airports for 24 hours starting 12 am today

DNA Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Flight operations will remain suspended at five airports in Gujarat for 24 hours from midnight Wednesday in order to minimise the damage to airport infrastructure and to avoid inconvenience to passengers due to Cyclone Vayu.
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News video: Strong winds and dust batter northwest India ahead of Cyclone Vayu

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Strong winds and dust hit northwest India ahead of Tropical Cyclone Vayu. Footage shows dusty winds blowing trees and houses and causing low visibility for the discomfort of residents in the streets of Prabhas Patan in Gujarat state. Cyclone Vayu is expected to make landfall on the western...

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