Delhi Airport Chaos, Lots of Stranded As Lufthansa Flights Cancelled
Germany’s flag provider Lufthansa airline has cancelled 800 flights globally resulting from a one-day strike by pilots, leading to round 700 passengers being stranded on the T3 terminal at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Worldwide (IGI) Airport. Stranded passengers and their family registered sturdy protests final evening at Delhi airport.
“An data was acquired at IGI Airport at 12.15 AM, during which it was conveyed that crowd has gathered on the principle highway in entrance of Departure gate no. 1 Terminal 3 IGI Airport. On reaching the spot, it was discovered that round 150 individuals had been current there and resulting from this visitors second had slowed down. The group was demanding refund or alternate association to be made for his or her family who had been current contained in the terminal constructing,” airport police mentioned.
Lufthansa airline operates two flights from Delhi to Frankfurt and Munich, which had been cancelled on Friday.
“On enquiry, it was discovered that two flights of Lufthansa airline had been cancelled. LH 761 (Delhi to Frankfurt) having 300 passengers and scheduled departure at 2.50 AM and one other Lufthansa flight LH 763 (Delhi to Munich) having 400 passengers and scheduled departure at 1.10 AM had been cancelled,” mentioned an official.
“Each the flights had been cancelled by the Lufthansa headquarters resulting from a one-day worldwide strike of all pilots of Lufthansa airline for value determinations,” mentioned Airport police.