New Delhi, Nov 18: All Air-India flights, which were delayed yesterday, resumed services today, an Air-India spokesperson said.
Muscat bound flight AI-841, Delhi-Amritsar-Toronto-Los angles bound flight AI-187,London-New-York bound flight AI-111,Delhi-Bangkok-shanghai bound flight AI_348 and Delhi-Jeddha bound flight AI-891 are now flying on their scheduled time.
Yesterday, all the flights were delayed due to shortage of pilots and some planes, Air India spokesperson D S Kohli said.
Meanwhile, the passengers stranded at the Indira Gandhi International airport for the past 24 hours were provided adequate arrangements to stay till the flights left for their destination.
The delayed flights, which were scheduled for last evening left after a delay of 12-13 this afternoon, the spokesperson said.
GMR(the company renovating the International Airport company's executive told the sources that there were only two counters of Air-India and shortage of staff led to the delay of flights.