Airport operations at Cochin Airport, India have been suspended until 11 August due to flooding in the area caused by heavy rains and rising water levels in the Periyar river. Some airlines decided to cancel flights to the Indian city, other flights are being diverted to the airports of Calicut and Trivandrum.
— 𝕾𝖆𝖖𝖚𝖎𝖇 (@simplysaq) August 9, 2019
🇮🇳 Flooding at Cochin International Airport. The airport is currently closed for flight operations till 11th August, Sunday afternoon.
— air plus news (english) (@airplusnews_EN) August 9, 2019
— DeshbandhuNews (@NewsDeshbandhu) August 9, 2019
Srilankan Airlines has suspended operations to Cochin till Sunday August 11, 2019 following the closure of the airport due to floods. Cochin Airport Authority Limited has announced that all aircraft operations suspended at Kochi airport till 3 pm on Sunday.
— Faizan Haidar (@FaiHaider) August 9, 2019
Airport operations at Cochin Airport have been suspended until 11 August due to flooding in the area. Qatar Airways has suspended all flights to and from Cochin until 11 August 2019. Passengers are advised to contact us 24/7 on +974-4023-0000 or DM us at @qrsupport for assistance
— QatarAirways Support (@qrsupport) August 9, 2019
Due to the weather conditions at Cochin Airport all flight operations to and from Kochi (COK) will now operate via Trivandrum International Airport (TRV) on 9 August. For more details, please visit https://t.co/oo0z6QzvC8
— Emirates Support (@EmiratesSupport) August 9, 2019