At least three international flights of Air India have been affected in two days due to technical issues, according to sources.
The flights from Chicago and Vancouver were cancelled on Tuesday as the aircraft was grounded on account of technical issues. Both flights were to be operated with Boeing 777 aircraft, the sources said.
Meanwhile, the sources also said an aircraft has been grounded in Paris on Wednesday. The plane was to operate the flight from Paris to Delhi.
When contacted, an Air India spokesperson said flight AI 126 had to be cancelled due to technical reasons on March 14.
"The affected passengers were offered all-around support and every effort is being made to accommodate them on alternate flights. We sincerely regret the inconvenience caused to our passengers," the spokesperson said in a statement.
Details about the number of passengers who were booked in the three flights could not be immediately ascertained.