The British rockers, with their 150-strong entourage, earlier canceled what would have been their first concerts in China because of a deadly flu-like disease that has infected at least 2,400 people worldwide and killed at least 100 people, mostly in Asia.

On Wednesday, the crew was set to fly from Bombay to the Thai capital of Bangkok but their airplane developed a technical problem before they could board, promoter Dilip Doshi told The Associated Press. The band’s crew was staying overnight in Bombay, he said.

“The Bangkok concert stands canceled,” Doshi said. He added that the band would announce whether a new date had been set.

The band was scheduled to play Thursday at Impact Arena stadium on Bangkok’s outskirts. Organizers had said they expected a near-capacity crowd at the 11,500-seat venue.

A senior security official at the Bombay airport confirmed that the flight could not take off due to a technical glitch detected before takeoff. It wasn’t clear what the problem was.

On Monday, the Rolling Stones performed at a sold-out concert in the city’s Brabourne Stadium, which holds 25,000 people. That was the British rockers’ second appearance in India after their concert last Friday in the southern city of Bangalore.

The Stones had decided to go ahead with the plans to perform their first concert in Thailand despite worries over the spread of the deadly flu-like illness.

They performed in Singapore, but scrapped two concerts in Hong Kong as part of their Forty Licks tour.