It is rare these days that a positive spin can be found to put on a story coming out of India, and alas so it is again today. There have now been close to 30,000 confirmed cases of H1N1 (Swine flu) in India over the past weeks. Charter aircraft operators, which operate under strict rules in India, have been turning away passengers with infectious, contagious ailments for over a week now and many Indian news outlets are starting to ask why commercial airlines are not doing the same. To date, Indian commercial airlines have been falling back on the fact

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