Airport Operation Closed: ‘Due to Migjom cyclone, it is raining heavily in Chennai. All operations of this Chennai airport have been stopped till 11 pm.
Chennai Airport Operation Closed: Due to the impact of cyclonic storm ‘Migjom’, heavy rains are occurring in Chennai and its surrounding districts on Monday. Due to heavy rain and waterlogging, all operations from Chennai Airport will remain canceled till 11 pm. Apart from air services, rail services have been canceled or delayed due to the cyclone. Due to the impact of cyclonic storm ‘Migjom’, heavy rains are continuing in Chennai and surrounding Chengalpet, Kanchipuram and Tiruvallur districts since late Sunday night.
Chennai Airport Operation Closed: Air India will give one-time discount in ticket cancellation
Due to bad weather at Chennai Airport, flight timings will remain suspended till 11 pm on December 4, 2023. In such a situation, Air India will give a one-time waiver of rescheduling/cancellation fees on booking to its guests holding confirmed tickets on any flight from/to Chennai on December 4, 2023. Passengers can call 24*7 customer care numbers 0124 264 1407, 020-26231407, 1860 233 1407. Apart from Air India, Indigo has also advised passengers to check the status of flights. Apart from this, Indigo has also given discount on cancellation and rescheduling fees of flights.
Chennai Airport Operation Closed: Power cut in Chennai, internet service disrupted
Earlier, due to rain, Chennai airport operations were suspended from 9.40 am to 11.40 am. About 70 flights arriving and departing from the airport were cancelled. Runway and tarmac are also closed. Due to torrential rains along with strong winds, electricity was lost in many areas of the city and internet service was disrupted. Due to continuous heavy rains, low lying and residential areas of the city were flooded. Municipal Corporation employees are busy trying to drain the water.
Chennai Airport Operation Closed: Storm to reach Andhra Pradesh coast on December 5
According to IMD, the cyclonic storm is centered in the south-west of the Bay of Bengal at 11.30 pm on December 3, about 210 km east-northeast of Puducherry, 150 km east-southeast of Chennai. It is likely to strengthen towards north-northwest and hit the coast of Nellore and Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh on December 5 in the morning. This storm is likely to reach the coast of Andhra Pradesh on December 5.