India’s domestic flight cancellation data leak could have serious implications for the economy.
Air India, the country’s largest carrier, announced late on Monday that its flights to Dubai had been cancelled for the third time this month.
It is the third such move by the airline in a month.
The company said that the move was related to a change in its data collection process.
Air New Zealand, the second largest carrier in the world, had also announced in May that it would stop flights to Mumbai from the next business day due to the data breach.
India has faced the largest number of air accidents in the country in recent years, but a significant number of accidents are attributed to faulty aircraft.