After rain lashed several parts of the NCR, several airlines issued travel advisories to passengers asking them to stay updated about further developments.
New Delhi: As many as 22 flights from the Delhi airport had to be diverted till late Thursday due to adverse weather conditions due to rain and thunderstorm. Officials said that due to heavy rain and thunderstorm in Delhi-NCR, the diverted flights have landed at various airports in Lucknow, Jaipur, Dehradun and Chandigarh. After rain lashed several parts of the NCR, several airlines issued travel advisories to passengers asking them to stay updated about further developments.
Flight affected due to rain
SpiceJet informed on its Twitter handle, "Thundershowers with rain are likely to affect Delhi (DEL), our departures/arrivals and their consequential flights may be affected." Passengers are requested to keep checking the status of their flight. IndiGo also made a similar announcement saying, flight departures and arrivals are likely to be affected due to inclement weather in Delhi. Please check your flight status. Due to unexpected rain in the evening, flights were diverted from Delhi to different places on Wednesday.
Heat will wreak havoc in April
Significantly, since the second week of March, rain-like conditions were seen in the capital Delhi. During this, it rained several times continuously. However, it was predicted that on March 30, the last rain of this month would be recorded. After this, the effect of the weather will be seen once again and the heat will start wreaking havoc. Meanwhile, due to the rains in the capital Delhi, a slight drop in the temperature has been recorded and the amount of dryness in the air has increased. Due to this, people have to face problems during traffic.