Sources from Chennai stated that passengers at the only airport in Chennai were in for a shock on Thursday morning when the flight announcement system did not display the departure and arrival details in Tamil, the local language. Sources in the airport said the electronic display boards placed at various spots in the international and domestic arrivals and departure and waiting areas have been showing flight details in English language only.
Meanwhile a passenger said “At 6 a.m, the electronic boards repeatedly displayed announcements only in English language. The airport officials advertently omitted Tamil and Hindi from the display”. An irked passenger asked "Even those who don't read or write English travel on planes. How could villagers understand the English only announcements?"
Moreover the fuming passengers called off their
protests after an officer spoke to them and promised necessary actions to
restore Tamil and following this, Tamil and Hindi languages were restored on
the board after nearly 4 hours at 10 a.m.
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