Indigo’s Baggage Mishap Leaves Passengers in Disarray

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By uday

A mix-up occurred during the arrival of an Indigo flight from Bengaluru to Belagavi airport on Sunday evening, causing the luggage of over 22 passengers to be left behind in Bengaluru. This led to inconvenience for passengers from various places, including Belagavi.

Among the affected passengers was former Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, whose luggage was also missing. Shockingly, passengers were not informed about the missing bags until the flight touched down in Belagavi.

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The flight took off from Bengaluru to Belagavi at 5:55 pm on Sunday, carrying a considerable number of passengers, including Malaysian students.

Upon arrival in Belagavi at 7:30 pm, a distressing scene unfolded as more than 22 passenger bags failed to make it. When passengers inquired, the staff explained that the bags of Malaysian students were too large, causing difficulties in accommodating other passengers’ luggage.

They assured that the missing bags would be delivered the next day. Consequently, passengers expressed their frustration and staged a protest.

2 thoughts on “Indigo’s Baggage Mishap Leaves Passengers in Disarray”

  1. This is not the only reasons that we r afraid of flying indigo but also for the careless in handling the baggages. I have already got two suitcases damaged especially in Bangalore airport. The guys are very rude and careless while handling the baggages. They threw the baggages like toys . It is useless to make complaint as the carrier r not going to take any action against these guys.


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