A malfunction with Air India’s check-in software over the weekend caused delays to flights across the world. The technical glitch, which took place on Saturday morning, caused Air India’s Passenger Service System (PSS) software, which looks after check-in, baggage and reservation, to malfunction for around five hours. The impact of the malfunction was still being seen on Sunday with 137 flights delayed, for an average time of 197 minutes, the airline said. “Hopefully, by tomorrow (Monday) evening, the services will be normalised,” a statement from the airline said.

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