After the ladder arrived, the shuttle bus to ferry passengers to the terminal took some time to turn up.
The PW engine-powered A320neo planes of GoAir and IndiGo have been facing glitches mid-air as well as on-ground since their induction in 2016.
IndiGo and codeshare partner Turkish Airline has requested aviation ministry to increase bilateral traffic rights between India, Turkey as the airlines have breached the current capacity.
A passenger named Chinmay Dabke tweeted on Monday that he travelled on 6E11 flight on Sunday and the "airline did not load the luggage of the entire flight."
It’s because unlike foreign carriers, who credit loyalty points to passengers for every flight they take, few of our domestic carriers have attractive air mile programmes.
Many international passengers from East and West Godavari districts can travel to Vizag using this flight for onward journey to Singapore, Malaysia and Bangkok.
Besides, the airline is reportedly deploying a few planes powered by P&W engines for daily operations despite those planes earlier reporting heavy engine vibration.
Here is good news for Vizagites. Two more new flights will be operated by SpiceJet from here to Chennai and Vijayawada from November 1.
IndiGo has been connecting various cities that have important tourist places for followers of the Buddhist religion.
Of the cancelled flights, 18 were departures and the rest 14 were arrivals, as per the live flight tracking website Flightradar24.
IndiGo's operations at the city airport were hit hard with the carrier cancelling many flights on Wednesday following incessant rains in the city.
The airline’s CEO, Ronojoy Dutta, in a recent letter told employees that the disagreement between the promoters had been resolved.
Visakhapatnam will soon have flight services to Rajahmundry and Vijayawada.
Gangwal and co-promoter Rahul Bhatia have differences over certain corporate governance matters at InterGlobe Aviation, the parent of the country's largest airline IndiGo.
The CAPA report stated that in the week commencing on August 26, IndiGo had 11.8% of total international seat capacity while A-I had 11.4%.