Monday, January 06, 2020

Air India incident: Unruly passengers may be banned from flying

In the light of the incident which took place on January 4, the unruly passengers may end up in the no-fly list for upto two years.

Passengers aboard Air India's Delhi-Mumbai flight created a ruckus after their flight was delayed because pilots encountered technical glitches just before take-off.

The plane was later grounded and another aircraft was brought in, but eventually the flight was delayed by seven hours.

With the footage going viral on social media, aviation regulator DGCA has asked Air India to investigate the matter and take action against the passengers.
The no-fly  list, which came into being after the infamous incident involving a Shiv Sena parliamentarian, is one that no flier would want to be in.

The penalty for a passenger included on the list is severe. According to the norms listed by the DGCA, airlines can ban the flier for a duration starting from three months.

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