Servers at Mumbai Terminal 2 airport restored after hours of chaos
Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMA) Terminal 2 faced a technical snag resulting in chaos here after a computer system failure that hit check-ins and other operations for all airlines on Thursday, sources said.
Massive crowds of passengers were seen sitting or moving around in Terminal 2 due to the systems glitch. The long queues of passengers resulted from check-in delays because of the technical problem with the airport’s server. It is to be noted that Terminal 2 of the CSMIA deals mostly with International flights, though domestic flights are also operated from it. Moreover, Mumbai Airport is the second biggest airport in India, handling a huge number of passengers.
However, officials said that the issue is being rectified and the systems are likely to be made operational soon, though no statement has been issued in this matter yet.
Meanwhile, harried passengers took to social media to vent their ire at the delays, and the overcrowding and even advised other passengers to reach the airport well in time to avoid missing flights, etc.
[With Inputs from IANS]
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