- IndiGo tweeted about a nationwide system failure resulting in congestion
- The airline apologised and said the systems are back up now
- Passengers tweeted pictures of queues from the Delhi airport
Budget carrier IndiGo on Sunday reported a nationwide system failure that could trigger longer queues at all airports. The airline has now said that the systems are back up.
News agency ANI reported that systems at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport are down due to a technical error. Passengers of the airline are currently stranded at the airport.
The airlines tweeted regarding the technical glitch and shared contact details seeking passenger co-operation.
Many passengers tweeted about the discomfort caused and also posted pictures.
Further details are awaited.
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