Airline operators who offer service in the domestic sector has said that their flights were operating according to schedule, but some airlines have canceled their international services to and from Mumbai. Jet airways one of the major private carrier in India has said that it had canceled or clubbed or any of its flights from Mumbai following the terror strike that claimed at least 101 lives.

Another major private airline, Kingfisher Airlines, has clubbed some flights as the passengers are not willing to travel. Kingfisher airlines operates about 10 flights to and from Mumbai.

The budget airline operator Spicejet is not effected by the misfortune sufferings in Mumbai. SpiceJet has indicated that it has tightened security at its offices in the country. However Air India has said that its flights to Mumbai were on time.

Lufthansa, KLM and USA's Northwest Airlines have canceled their flights early as were late to reach airport hotels. Cathay Pacific Airways who operators about 10 flights to Mumbai in a week said it will fly as normal to the terror hit Mumbai. British Airways, which operates two flights daily from London, has also said that it would operate as usual. Flights to Mumbai and Chennai temple city of Madurai, 400 km south of here, were delayed.

The German airline Lufthansa canceled two flights to the Indian city of Mumbai on Thursday and said a decision on flights Friday depended on the likely security for its crew and passengers. The flights were placed to from Frankfurt and Munich.

German travel agencies said they reroute tours of India in Mumbai to avoid because of the violence and to visit other Indian cities in place.

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