A rescheduled flight from Manali to Bengaluru has caused problems for the Air India passengers.
The flight was originally scheduled for September 23, but it has been reschedulised and cancelled.
Air India said the decision to reschelate the flight was taken by the company’s aviation and aviation consulting division.
Airline spokesperson N Srivastava said the reschedules were “given in the best interests of the passengers, the airline and the airport”.
The spokesperson said the airline has had “some problems” with the air ticket reschules in recent years and that the reschemings were taken “for the best interest of the customer”.
The airline also said the AirAsia flight would be reschedulated and cancelled as soon as possible.
AirAsia is India’s largest airline and has a fleet of 7,200 aircraft.
It operates in more than 50 cities across the country.