HYDERABAD: Passengers on the Rajiv Gandhi Worldwide Airport (RGIA), Hyderabad spent some anxious moments after servers had been down because of community glitches, therefore slowing down check-in processes, in the course of the wee hours of Tuesday.
Agitated over the delay, some passengers began arguing with the authorities involved, whereas others tweeted about their ordeal. “New 149 checkin counters are busy regretting inconvenience because of checkin system failure..What if folks miss their connecting flights because of this? How can somebody take away the stress we confronted?,” tweeted Sai Krishna, an MS scholar of Kent State College, US, referring to RGIA’s earlier tweet which knowledgeable of the brand new check-in counters.
Responding to the tweet, the official twitter deal with of RGIA responded: “Resulting from some IT community difficulty, Hyderabad Worldwide Airport is experiencing minor disruption for a quick interval at present. Our groups are engaged on it, and the programs will probably be up and operating quickly.”