Adverse weather conditions continued to impact Maharana Pratap Airport for the fifth consecutive day. On Friday, the Air India flight AI 469, scheduled to arrive from Delhi at 12:15 PM, had to be canceled. Furthermore, the Air India flight 91696, which was expected to land from Ahmedabad at 6:00 PM, also faced cancellation.
The persistent unfavorable weather conditions led to disruptions in the airport's operations, affecting the travel plans of passengers. The cancellation of these flights from both Delhi and Ahmedabad added to the challenges faced by travelers trying to reach Maharana Pratap Airport.
Passengers were inconvenienced as they had to adjust their plans due to the sudden cancellations. Authorities worked to manage the situation and provide necessary information to those affected by the flight disruptions. As the airport dealt with the impact of the weather, passengers were advised to stay updated on further developments and adjustments to flight schedules.
The IndiGo flight 6E 687, which was supposed to reach Bengaluru at 11:15 AM, ended up arriving at 1:15 PM, resulting in a two-hour delay. This delay impacted the scheduled arrival time for the Bengaluru-bound flight.
Similarly, the Vistara flight UK 623, originating from Mumbai and initially scheduled to land at 11:55 AM, touched down at 12:55 PM instead. Additionally, the Vistara flight UK 613, expected to arrive from Mumbai at 1:45 PM, faced a three-hour delay, landing at 4:45 PM. All these flights experienced delays ranging from one to three hours.
Passengers on these flights had to deal with prolonged wait times, as the delays disrupted the regular schedules of both Bengaluru and Mumbai flights.
Source: Dainik Bhaskar