Less than a month after a bus carrying 50 passengers caught fire at the Chennai airport, budget airlines IndiGo has found itself in trouble yet again.
This time, as reported by ANI, a technical error caused IndiGo systems across all airports in India to malfunction, leaving thousands of passengers stranded for a while.
Here are the details.
IndiGo tweets about the system malfunction
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
After 90 minutes, IndiGo restored systems to normalcy
To the relief of passengers, however, the malfunction was rectified soon enough - IndiGo systems remained down for around 90 minutes before getting fixed.
Subsequently, the budget airline tweeted that check-in systems were up and running in all airports and that flight operations would resume soon.
As of now, it's not known what caused the system to crash in the first place.
IndiGo tweets that systems are up and running again
We regret the inconvenience caused to our passengers this afternoon due to system being down across airports for around ninety minutes. Our flights and check-in systems are operating normally now: IndiGo pic.twitter.com/ydd8NLzXec