Passengers in Terminal 2 of Mumbai international an airport faced Hard Time in completing Investigation-in to treat for their travels on Thursday evening as the facility’s internet server went off down for over two hours Because the fiber cable was damaged, forcing airlines to issue Boarding passes manually. Services were restored Around 6.35pm.
In a statement, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, which is operated by Adani Airport Holdings Limited, said the disruption. in The network It was temporary and Internet services in the country second It was the busiest back to normal. “he was there network Interruption caused by cable cutting during some construction work work in The city. This led to an interruption various Ticket systems.
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early in On the same day, CSMIA issued a statement saying, “Our passengers are being asked to allocate additional time for Check-in And the also kindly contact with Airlines involved, due to temporary network boycott outside airport due on-Going development work in The city. our teams are present on Ground and manual processing began to facilitate all passengers … “
as such soon As the server went down, the airline staff began issuing boarding passes passes manually to avoid flight delays official of Airline. Passengers completing Investigation-in to treat for their travels faced Hard Time. angry passengers took to me social media to highlight problem. many posted Pictures showing huge queues when checking out.in counters.
Air India responded to several Twitter users, saying that team He worked hard to handle with The issue. Amidst the chaos, the Central Industrial Security Force, which is looking into airport security, said: “Because of the server down At Mumbai International Airport, the crowd is sparse more ususally. The crowd is well managed and there is no chaos.”