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The Indian government has confirmed it is dealing with the fallout from the bomb blast at the Bombay-bound Indias Express, the first of several scheduled for the coming days.
The carrier was supposed to depart from Mumbai on Thursday, but its route has been postponed as a result of the incident, Indian media reported.
India’s top aviation regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority of India, confirmed to CNBC the bombing of the Express.
Bombing at the IndiasExpress is a terror attack.
The plane will not be landing.
pic.twitter.com/g8dJpD6tUQ — Indias (@Indias) February 14, 2021Bombing in Mumbai has already claimed lives, and the blast in the city is still being investigated, a government official told CNBC.
The attack comes at a time when India’s aviation sector is in crisis.
The country has the world’s largest fleet of carriers, but they are struggling to find customers amid a soaring cost of fuel and a growing reliance on fuel subsidies.
The Indias has the most passengers per passenger in the world, but it has lost revenue in the last two years due to its soaring fuel prices.
It also faces a massive increase in demand for its aircraft due to a string of deadly attacks on Indian airliners in recent months, including last month’s bombing of a civilian plane that killed 140 people.