A scam involving the international air service’s (IATA) airport management system has hit the headlines.
The scam was first reported by Business Standard on Monday.
According to the reports, the airport has been using the software for all its domestic flights since January 2017.
The software has been in place since August 2015 and the airports use it to maintain and control international traffic.
But, the report said, this software was not properly integrated into the airline’s network.
The report also claimed that the airline has no way of tracking and identifying the passengers who are using the system.
The airline’s managing director and vice-president for operations, Rahul Mishra, said that the airport was not using any software or infrastructure to track the number of passengers using the air traffic control system.
He also said that no passengers were affected.