BRAND-NEW DELHI: No business flights could run in and out of Leh on Tuesday as an Indian Air Force C-17
suffered a technical problem and got stuck on the runway of Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport– among the greatest airfields worldwide.
A number of flights that had actually removed for Leh on Tuesday needed to be diverted to other cities. Flights might resume on Wednesday as sources state IAF is dealing with the Globemaster and it must quickly be remedied. The airport overcomes 10 industrial flights daily that are run by Air India, IndiGo, Vistara and SpiceJet.
The issue occurred when the C-17 landed in Leh on Tuesday on a regular sortie. An Air India flight was diverted to Srinagar and the 2nd flight of Leh was cancelled.
Vistara Tweeted: “Delhi-Leh flight UK601 is back to due to runway limitation at Leh and is anticipated to show up in Delhi at 10:00 AM.” When a visitor grumbled, Vistara responded: “While on-time service is our prime offering, particular scenarios that are beyond our control lead us to not provide on the very same. Consumer security is of vital value to us, all actions are taken towards the exact same.”
IndiGo cancelled all the 5 dailies it runs to Leh and SpiceJet cancelled 2 of its flights there on Tuesday.