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Delhi-bound Go First flight takes off without over 50 passengers in Bengaluru

Delhi-bound Go First flight takes off without over 50 passengers in Bengaluru

A Go First airline allegedly left over 50 passengers behind at Bengaluru Airport after taking off without them. Many travelers criticized Go Air on Twitter for leaving passengers on the tarmac.

They claimed that the passengers were left behind when the flight G8 116 took off on Monday at 6:40 a.m. However, the airline requested that people give their information in response to one of the tweets and stated: “We apologise for the inconvenience caused.”

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“Most horrible experience” On Monday, Shreya Sinha, a Twitter user, posted on the social media platform about her woes and tagged DGCA and Go First Airline.

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Another Twitter user¬†Satish Kumar, shared a screenshot of the ticket and wrote: “Flight G8 116 (BLR – DEL) flew leaving passengers on ground! More than 50 passengers on 1 bus was left on ground & flight took off with just passengers of 1 bus on boarded. Is @GoFirstairways @JM_Scindia @PMOIndia operating in sleep? No Basic checks.”

Neeraj Bhatt, another user, provided a video of the chaos at the airport.

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Senior staff at the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) stated, We have asked the airline for a report, and following that, the right action will be taken.

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