Air India’s flight operations are expected to be normal by tonight, after facing disruptions for a few hours on Saturday due to a technical problem. Air India Chairman Ashwani Lohani said in New Delhi that the software of the airline had shut down for around six hours this morning, resulting in disruption of flight operations.
Thousands of air India passengers had a harrowing time at airports across the world as the airline’s software did not function this morning due to a technical glitch. The passenger service system software, which looks after check-in, baggage and reservation did not function from 3.30 am to 8.45 am, Indian Standard time.
Altogether 85 flights were delayed. They included 21 international flights. Air India and its subsidiaries operate around 674 flights globally every day.