India is set to make the first ever cyber-attacks on flights to the US.
The US has already been the victim of several high-profile cyber-incidents and a spate of terrorist attacks, including a recent spate of attacks on a military base.
The country’s airlines, however, have been spared the worst.
With over 300 million passengers on the country’s domestic airline routes, it is the biggest in the world.
However, this year, a new cyber attack has hit the country.
This is the first time in the airline industry that attacks have been linked to a single passenger.
It is understood that one of the attackers managed to hack the system and take control of the plane’s air-traffic control system, which then allowed him to launch his attack on domestic flights.
This comes just weeks after a similar cyber attack on a US-based airliner, which has left at least five people dead.
The plane was hijacked by the same attacker, who was also on board.
The airline has already announced that it will be adding more security measures, including additional CCTV cameras and CCTV-mounted monitors, to the planes cabin.
India, however will not be the first country to experience a cyber attack.
A cyber-attack on the US has also been blamed on Iran, which claimed responsibility for the attack in May.
This was a retaliation to an American military strike on Iranian military facilities in 2016.
The attacks have also been linked back to the Iranian government.
In 2017, an attack on the Chinese Embassy in Washington DC also led to a diplomatic crisis.
Since the attack, the US and China have worked to find a solution.