| Photo Credit: ReutersSingapore Airlines (SIA) is looking into allegations of rude crew behaviour made by a passenger on a recent flight from Singapore to Kolkata which was delayed by almost three hours, a media report said in Singapore on Thursday.
In a Facebook post, Chandni Doulatramani, who was on the plane, claims that cabin crew were rude to passengers who had asked why the flight was delayed, the Straits Times reported.
“We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience caused to our customers on-board,” the Singapore Airlines said.
On June 8, Flight SQ516 had experienced technical issues on the ground, resulting in a delay of two hours and 52 minutes.
“With regard to the online post, we take these claims seriously and will be looking into them thoroughly,” the airline was quoted as saying.