IndiGo Airlines flights and check-in services resumed after ninety-minutes of the nation-wide shutdown. IndiGo passengers were stranded in Delhi's IGI airport and several others across the country due to a nation-wide technical fault.
However, airlines services have been resumed. "We regret the inconvenience caused to our passengers this afternoon due to the system being down across airports for around ninety minutes. Our flights and check-in systems are operating normally now," IndiGo, reported ANI.
Earlier, airlines tweeted an advisory over its system which is down at all the airports for a while. Passengers of the airline are currently stranded at the airport.
The airlines tweeted regarding the technical failure and shared contact details seeking passenger co-operation. Indigo has asked its passengers to contact it through Twitter, Facebook, its website or its contact number.
IndiGo tweets an advisory over its system which is down at all the airports for a while. The airline has asked its passengers to contact it through Twitter, Facebook, its website or its contact number. pic.twitter.com/hNt9UA3OAE— ANI (@ANI) October 7, 2018
IndiGo airlines on Sunday reported a nationwide system failure that could trigger longer queues at all airports. The airlines has asked passengers to stay patient as counters would be more crowded than usual.
#6ETravelAdvisory: For assistance, contact us on Twitter/Facebook or chat with us at https://t.co/Mj1tYZIvoE. You may also call us at 01246173838. pic.twitter.com/30eW68kpTM— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) October 7, 2018
Many passengers tweeted about the discomfort caused and also posted pictures.
#indigo airlines server is down since last 45 minutes at Delhi airport. No contingency plans. People are waiting in queue pic.twitter.com/RCUA2qJATJ— Sandeep (@atomicsandeep) October 7, 2018
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