He said initially several dozen passengers were asked to wait for their luggage.
A GoAir staffer told passengers that their luggage would be brought to Jammu by another flight of some other airlines, scheduled to arrive later during the day from Srinagar, he added.
"After waiting for more than an hour, we have just been told to come and collect our luggage tomorrow," he added.
Attempts to seek a comment from Go Air over phone and e-mail failed. An e-mail to the address listed on the official website of Go Air for media queries bounced back while an executive at the customer care call centre said he was not authorised to comment on the issue.
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