Monday, October 02, 2023

Man tries to open emergency exit of flight, booked at KIA

Bengaluru: A 36-year-old flyer, who attempted to open the emergency exit of an Indigo flight to Bengaluru from Nagpur on Saturday night, was booked by the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) police on Sunday. He has been released on station bail. 

According to sources, Swapnil Holey of Maharashtra tried to open the exit door on flight No 6E 6803. The FIR was booked on Sunday morning following a complaint registered at the airport police station on behalf of the airline by Anu P Tom, Assistant Manager, Interglobe Aviation Limited.

According to the FIR, Holey was seated on seat 5E. “He planned to travel to Bangkok from Bengaluru. He had boarded the flight at Nagpur to reach KIA and take his international flight from here,” the copy said. The flight was about to take off by 10:15 PM on September 30 and he is said to have tried to open the door around that time. The flight reached Bengaluru at 11:55 PM after which Holey was escorted by airline staff to the KIA police station. 

02/10/2023 S Lalitha/New Indian Express

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