Chennai, Sep 30 (UNI) Public carrier Indian today decided to stick to its decision of cancelling 11 flights and rescheduling one tomorrow, despite the Supreme Court restraining the DMK-led DPA from organising a bandh throughout Tamil Nadu tomorrow.
Indian sources said that ''due to the apex court staying the bandh and the extended weekend holiday, there will not be much public patronage. The passenger load will be less. So, we have decided to stick to the cancellation.'' The sources said two flights each from Chennai to New Delhi and Hyderabad, three to Mumbai and one each to Colombo and Madurai were cancelled. The return flights from Colombo and Madurai were also cancelled.
The departure of Indian flight to New Delhi was rescheduled to 0600 hrs from 0640 hrs, while the Chennai-Tiruchirapalli- Thiruvananthapuram-Sharjah flight would not land in Tiruchirapalli, they said.