SINGAPORE – Passengers on a Taipei Scooters flight to Singapore return home two days later.
Flight TR899 had to earn on Sunday (December 30) at 4.10pm.
However, due to an electrical component table, the flight was supposed to be grounded, while split parts in Singapore were flying, said a Scoot spokesman.
The flight was announced on Monday at 11 o'clock, but the technical problem remained, leading to another direct for later in night.
A Scoot spokesperson said on Monday night: "In order to break further into travel plans of our customers, Scooters have arranged for two backpackers to return to the 356 affected customers to Singapore. 2019. "
Ms. W. L. Xie, with her husband and eight-year-old son, were sometimes delayed.
The 41-year-old healthcare has told the Straits Times that their family arrived at Taipei Taoyuan Airport at noon on Sunday for their flight to a fifth day in Taiwan.
After they broke up, she said made an anonymity that the plane had a few problems with its bike and had time to fix it.
Passengers brought three hours on the plane before arriving.
There were Japanese passengers on the plane, so they were transported from another Tokyo flight from Tokyo.
Those who were crazy costs were told to get them back and get a fee. Passengers were also valued at NT $ 250 ($ 11) each, according to Ms Xie.
Later in the night, passengers were told to collect their luggage and find their own accommodation for the night as the nearby hotels in the neighborhood completed.
Luckily for Ms Xie's family, they had a friend in Taiwan who helped them have a motel for half an hour's drive to the airport.
Some passengers slept at the airport, Ms Xie said.
They were told to check eight Mondays at 8.00 am for the flight that departed at 11.00 am.
"We were leasing at 12 o'clock, but after a while, they were re-admitted that there was a bike problem that had to be fixed," Xie said.
Passengers arrived at & # 39; inner city at 2.45 hours to stay out of & # 39; a city center, and were offered every means.
Scots said that legitimate customers were offered refreshments and food in a decay.
The spokesperson added that customers wanted their own care to be offered remuneration when they returned. In addition, a Guest Promise Gout of $ 100 would be offered to affected passengers.
Ms Xie said that, apart from the & # 39; There was not a lot of updates from an airline's problem and broadcast. "They must have communicated more," she said.
"I felt frustrated waiting with no definitive ordering," said Ms Xie. She suggested that she felt her son reluctantly when she visited them on Sunday, and the family had & # 39; The hope of returning to Singapore rest.
She also plans to work on Monday, but had to request an extra day from & # 39; for free & # 39;
The spokesperson for "The Scotsman" said: "Security is of the utmost priority to Scoot, and we are faced with the crash caused to our customers' travel plans."
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