New Delhi: Air India on Saturday said some of its flights across the world had been affected by a breakdown in its server system.
“Work is on in full swing to restore the system,” the Indian airline tweeted. “We sincerely regret inconvenience caused to passengers.”
All Air India international and national flights are affected as airline’s SITA server is down all over India and overseas since 3:30 am on Saturday, said the airline.
Passengers travelling domestic and international are stranded at the Delhi airport since early Saturday morning.
Now the Air India has claimed that the problem of server down has been resolved. All services will be restored soon.
Due to a technical issue, Air India’s air services all over the world were disrupted causing inconvenience to passengers.
Because of the snag in Air India’s check-in-software, hundreds of passengers have been stranded in airports around the world.
Ashwani Lohani, CMD Air India tweeted: Passenger services system of Air India that is run by SITA was taken for maintenance and after that it remained down till 8:45 am. He said it has just come back. System restored. During the day we will see consequential delays.