The world’s biggest passenger airline, OAO AirAsia, says it will stop all passengers from travelling between the two cities for two months.
The company says passengers will be allowed to travel within their zones as long as they follow rules about parking and other traffic rules.
The move comes after a spate of deaths at the airport last year and has been blamed on poor air-conditioning.
Transport Minister, David Kishore, says the government is now working with the authorities to find a solution.
OAo says the changes are designed to make it safer for passengers to board planes.
It is offering a free air-travel voucher to people who want to fly.
“The passengers who are being relocated will be relocated to the other zones, where the traffic rules will be observed,” the airline said in a statement.
Overnight travel restrictions will continue until further notice, it added.
Earlier this month, a woman died in an accident while trying to board an OAop flight from Shanghai to Cancun.
The airline said it had been notified of the incident.
In September, a passenger died after a plane crashed in Cancún.
This story originally appeared on ABC News.