It was said due to bad weather following high wind and rain, the craft in its second attempt, landed in the airport and suffered a tyre burst while landing.
According to an official at the airport, the plane had touched down first 8.03 pm on Monday but due to crosswind, it took off immediately and went around.
The carrier' daily cash burn rose to Rs 19 crore in the March quarter and is expected to increase further in the June quarter.
IndiGo's revenue from operations declined by 59.1 per cent during the fiscal to 14,640.6 crore as against Rs 35,756 crore in FY20, the company informed in a regulatory filing.
Air India officials said five senior pilots - captains Harsh Tiwary, G P S Gill, Prasad Karmakar, Sandeep Rana and Amitesh Prasad - of the national carrier died of Covid.
Due to the reduced capacity, the airline will have to institute an LWP programme for all employees which would range from 1.5 to 4 days depending on the employee group.
The drop in domestic air traffic in April is due to the second wave of the pandemic that has badly hit India and its aviation sector.
IMD has issued an orange alert for Mumbai, warning of very heavy rains at isolated places with strong winds on Monday as cyclone Tuaktae is likely to pass close to the Mumbai coast.
In total, the airline has transported 4,142 oxygen concentrators -- weighing about 72,461 kg -- within India or from outside India, it said in a statement.
The reason for the suspension of operations by the airline was not cited but sources in the Shillong Airport authority on Thursday said the decision was taken in view of the COVID-19 situation.
It showed that Air India, GoAir, Vistara and AirAsia India carried 9.17 lakh, 6.12 lakh, 5 lakh and 5.42 lakh passengers respectively in March.
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Delhi government had last week announced that it will be mandatory for anyone travelling to Delhi from Maharashtra to carry a negative RT-PCR report dated 72 hours prior to arrival.
The baby was born on March 17 with the help of the Indigo flight crew and Dr. Subahana Nazir, who was travelling on the same flight, 6E 469.
The airline has not had any terminations even during the pandemic over the last one year, IndiGo further said.
However, unlike domestic market, international air travel from India is far from recovery as only special flights are permitted currently from India under air bubble arrangements.