What the fuck is going on?
Airport transfer, Vilnius airport transfer has been banned in India, and all Sky airports in India have been banned from connecting to the internet.
Airport transfer has long been used by Indian travellers as a means of connecting to other airlines, including a number of popular ones.
But with the ban, the airline that operates the airport has been forced to halt all its operations in India.
It will also no longer offer flight tickets for travellers who are on a domestic flight from the country.
In an email to the Hindustan Times, an airline spokesperson said: “We have been advised by Indian authorities that Sky’s airport transfer service has been blocked by the Central Board of Airports (CBAA) in India due to a non-compliant air traffic control system and we are not allowed to use the system.
We are in the process of revoking all Sky tickets issued by Sky.”
Sky confirmed it has been notified of the ban in a tweet to the Indian airline industry on Tuesday.
“We are not happy about this decision by the Indian authorities, but the company will not allow any Sky passengers to travel on the international flights,” it said.
Sky has been working to establish a system to transfer Sky users to other carriers, and has launched a free flight service for those who want to connect to other destinations.
This is in line with the US government’s new regulations regarding air travel, which has placed restrictions on domestic flights from the US to India.
It is a departure from Indian tradition, where flights from other airports in the country have been free for people on domestic trips.
Sky has operated SkyPass for many years, which allows travellers from other countries to travel between India and the US for as little as $20, which is cheaper than the cost of a Sky ticket.
The company has also launched an online flight reservation service called Skyflight.
India is also the home of the world’s largest fleet of planes, which can accommodate hundreds of flights at a time.
Despite the ban on Sky’s service, it is still possible to book flights from Sky to destinations in India that do not have international routes, including Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.