Scoot Airlines apologizes to passengers: 32 passengers left at Amritsar airport 2 days ago, DGCA also started inquiry

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An apology has been issued to the 32 passengers dropped by Scoot Airlines at Amritsar Airport in Punjab. Not only this, the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has also sought a report in this matter and the inquiry has also been started.

Sri Guru Ramdas Ji International Airport, Amritsar.

Sri Guru Ramdas Ji International Airport, Amritsar.

Significantly, on January 18, Scoot’s flight left for Singapore leaving 32 passengers at Amritsar airport. According to airport director VK Seth, the first flight was scheduled for 8 pm, but it was rescheduled. The flight flew by almost 4 hours 3:55 on time. Airlines sent e-mails to passengers, but all 32 passengers remained with one agent.

263 passengers also took flight
263 passengers took off from Amritsar airport that afternoon, but 32 passengers were left to go to Singapore. Passengers started a ruckus at Amritsar airport at night. Passengers went back after the ruckus and complained to Civil Aviation.

Airlines apologized
After the uproar, Scoot Airlines has apologized for the incident at Amritsar airport. Airlines spokespersons have said that they apologize for the inconvenience caused to people. The problems of the passengers are being resolved.

DGCA asked for report
DGCA has summoned the report of the case after this incident. DGCA officials say that strict action will be taken against whoever is found guilty in the inquiry.

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