Aviation

It’s there in the ticket where to board your flight

MUMBAI

Despite it being clearly mentioned on their tickets, scores of Air India passengers who have booked their flights in some international-turning-domestic flight, land up at the domestic terminal, only to realise that they have to board their flight from the newly-constructed T2.

On Tuesday, 23 passengers missed their flight. Airport officials said that on an average, more than 10 passengers faced a similar problem.

According to airport sources, such goof-ups have been going on ever since the state-of-the-art Terminal 2 (T2) opened to public over two months ago. All international operations take place at T2. In addition to this, international flights connecting domestic destinations also start from there.

Full report here DNA

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