‘Crewless’ GoAir delays 10 flights; fliers stranded at Delhi airport

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Hundreds of flyers were left stranded for hours at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport on Monday morning when at least 10 flights of GoAir, scheduled to depart between 2 am and 10 am, were delayed, allegedly due to the unavailability of cockpit crew.

The airline, however, said that apart from the unavailability of the crew, adverse weather conditions and runway maintenance at destination airports added to the delay ranging between 30 minutes and five hours.

The flights affected from Delhi airport were G82501 to Mumbai, G8143 to Ranchi, G8425 to Hyderabad, G8113 to Bengaluru, G8719 to Ahmedabad, G8615 to Nagpur, G8173 to Pune, G8108 to Chandigarh, G8211 to Lucknow and G8227 to Srinagar. Read More

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