Angry passengers slammed Indigo Airlines for delays due to rain in Mumbai
As Mumbai battled torrential rains on Wednesday, a Delhi-bound flight of IndiGo airlines was delayed by over six hours at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International landing field runway. Many areas within the Maharashtra capital were waterlogging because of incessant rains on September four. On Twitter, passengers complained concerning the inconvenience caused because of the delay and slammed the airline. The flight – 6E-6097 – was regular to arrive in city at five.30pm when outbound from Mumbai at 3:15pm.
The Indigo flight finished up popping out from Mumbai at 9:55 pm. Passengers, fed up concerning the delay, denote angry comments on Twitter. “Passengers are latched within the flight! Why do not u cancel the license of such IndiGo airlines? It’s going to cause mass race murder,”. A user tweeted, tagging the board of directors General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Asian country. Others complained concerning the shortage of potable on the flight.
IndiGo, meanwhile, issued an announcement and aforesaid, “Due to the new non-stop rains in Bombay, there square measure about to thirty flights on ground.
As a results of flooding and water-logging on roads and therefore the succeeding traffic jams, several of our ground support employees, crew and captains haven’t been able to reach the airfield on time. “As a result, the departure flights have conjointly been delayed. we have a tendency to do everything doable to revive normalcy.” As per a live flight trailing web site, a median delay of sixty five minutes in flights outbound from the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International airfield (CSMIA) was rumored with seventy six per cent departing flights affected,