IndiGo system faces snag for 90 minutes across all airports, airline says operations running normally now

IndiGo also put an advisory on Twitter over the issue and asked its passengers to contact it through Twitter, Facebook, its website or its contact number.

Asian News International October 07, 2018 19:26:46 IST
IndiGo system faces snag for 90 minutes across all airports, airline says operations running normally now

New Delhi: IndiGo airlines' system was down for 90 minutes across all airports on Sunday, causing inconvenience to the passengers.

Due to the snag, the airline took longer to process check-ins. The airline also put an advisory on its official Twitter handle over the issue and asked its passengers to contact it through Twitter, Facebook, its website or its contact number.

The glitch, was, however, rectified later and operations resumed normally."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," the airline said in a statement.

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