Taking it to the official Twitter account on Sunday afternoon, IndiGo airline announced that it’s systems were down at all airports and asked passengers to stay patient as counters would be more crowded than usual.
The airlines tweeted regarding the technical glitch and shared contact details seeking passenger co-operation.
— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) October 7, 2018
At Delhi’s IGI airport, this marks the second day in a row when passengers of at least one carrier have faced inconvenience. On Saturday, commuters set to board the Mumbai-bound Air India AI 887 were left stranded for at least four hours as the flight’s schedule was changed thrice.