Big update from Barbados, Team India's departure delayed, now Rohit and company can reach India on this day


Earlier it was reported that Team India will take off on Tuesday evening at 6:30 pm as per Barbados local time and will reach India on Wednesday evening by 7:45 pm. But now there is a change in this timing. Know the new time of Team India's arrival in India.

Delay in departure of Team India from Barbados (Photo: PTI)

Storm Beryl has subsided in Barbados. But even after it has subsided, there is news of a delay in Team India's flight. Yes, according to the latest update from Barbados, Team India will take off 5 to 6 hours late from the scheduled time. However, the reasons behind this are not clearly known. The team's delayed flight means that there may be a change in its arrival time in India.

According to media reports, earlier it was reported that the airports of Barbados will open by Tuesday evening. At the same time, according to the local time, Team India will leave by 6.30 pm. Apart from this, it is expected to reach India by 7:45 pm on Wednesday. But, according to the latest information, there is a change in this schedule of the Indian team.

Team India's flight delayed by 5-6 hours - report

The big update from Barbados is that Team India will take off 5 to 6 hours late as per the local time as per the previously scheduled time. This means that the flight that used to take off in the evening will now take off from Barbados late at night. The same time difference can be seen in its arrival time in India. According to reports, Team India can now reach India on Thursday morning between 4 to 5 pm instead of Wednesday evening.

Where will Team India's special flight land in India?

According to the information received, Team India will fly from Barbados on a special flight named Champion World Cup 24. And it is reported to land at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, India.

Troubles had to be faced due to storm Beryl

Earlier, Team India had to face a lot of problems due to the Beryl storm in Barbados. There was a power and water outage in the city. Due to the power and water outage, the hotel facilities were also reduced. Indian players were forced to stand in line and eat on paper plates. There were curfew-like conditions in the city. No player was allowed to leave the hotel.

India won the T20 World Cup 2024 title by defeating South Africa by 7 runs in the final match played on 29 June.