Now IndiGo ‘forgets’ to offload baggage fully at Singapore; flight returns to Changi after taking off for India
IndiGo, India's largest domestic airline, faced another incident of negligence as it failed to offload baggage from an international flight, causing the aircraft to return to Singapore. The flight had taken off for Bengaluru when it was discovered that not all luggage had been removed from the previous flight. Passengers expressed their frustration on social media, criticizing the mismanagement and inconvenience caused. The airline operates nearly 2,000 daily flights.
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