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More than 100 VietJet passengers stranded at Mumbai airport … Airline’s customers from India to South Korea upset


The VietJet flight scheduled to leave for Ho Chi Minh on Thursday night at 11 pm has not taken off yet.
More than 100 passengers stranded at the airport have complained that they were not even provided drinking water.

Mumbai: More than 100 passengers are facing a very strange situation at Mumbai airport. This Vietnam-bound airline of VietJet, which was scheduled to leave for Ho Chi Minh on Thursday at 11 pm, has not taken off yet and flight information is not available.

A passenger tweeted to Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, writing, ‘VietJet’s license should be cancelled.’ He also complained about the airline not providing any facilities despite the rude behavior of the staff and frequent delays.
Passengers stranded for about 11 hours say that the situation is more difficult for senior citizens.

More than 100 passengers are in trouble
More than 100 passengers stranded at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport complain that they have not even been provided with drinking water. There are children among the passengers who are suffering the most, some have even fainted. Passengers also say that no information is available regarding the May 26 flight. The information shown online is of May 25 and May 27.

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