Air India’ operations were affected across the globe since early morning on Saturday due to a problem in the airline’s main server. Hundreds of passengers were left stranded at various airports across the world owing to a glitch in the Airlines’ check-in software.
In the latest developemnt, the Airlines have issued a statement saying that the issue has been resolved.
“Air India System restored,” Ashwani Lohani, Chairman and Managing Director of Air India, was quoted as saying by a news agency.
#FlyAI: Due to a breakdown in our server system some of our flights are getting affected all over the world. Work is on in full swing to restore the system. We sincerely regret inconvenience caused to passengers.
— Air India (@airindiain) April 27, 2019
“SITA server is down. Due to which flight operation is affected. Our technical teams are on work and soon system may be recovered,” the airline’s spokesperson had earlier said on the issue.
“Due to a breakdown in our server system some of our flights are getting affected all over the world. Work is on in full swing to restore the system. We sincerely regret inconvenience caused to passengers,” the Airline had tweeted.
Atleast 2000 people in Mumbai airport waiting because of the SITA software shutdown all over India. pic.twitter.com/TzYYFLE5vz
— Gayathri Raguramm (@gayathriraguram) April 27, 2019
Utter chaos. Air India systems not working at Delhi since 3am. All flights grounded and delayed. No checkins and boarding. 😟😟
— Dr Sonal Saxena (@drsonalsaxena) April 27, 2019