This incident took place on December 6 in Air India flight number 142. The pilot of the flight informed the Air Traffic Control (ATC) of Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI). After which the male passenger was caught. However, after his written apology, he was later let off with a warning.
New Delhi: Ten days after an inebriated man urinated on his female co-passenger in the business class of Air India’s New York-Delhi flight, a similar incident came to light on another flight of the same airline. Is. According to sources, a drunk passenger urinated on the blanket of a female co-traveller in an Air India flight coming from Paris to Delhi. Airline officials said on Thursday that no coercive action was taken after the passenger tendered a written apology.
According to sources, this incident took place on December 6 in flight number 142 of Air India. The pilot of the flight informed the Air Traffic Control (ATC) of Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI). After which the male passenger was caught. However, after his written apology, he was later let off with a warning.
It is not known in which class the passengers were traveling. The flight landed in Delhi at around 9:40 am on December 6 and the pilot complained to the ATC about the concerned passenger. After which the male passenger was caught by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) while getting off the flight, but later after “mutual agreement” of both the passengers, he was made to write a written apology and then released.
The female passenger also refused to file a police case. So the urinating passenger was allowed to go through airport security after completing immigration and customs formalities.
Earlier, an inebriated male passenger urinated on an elderly female passenger on an Air India flight from New York to Delhi. Taking action on this, Air India has banned the accused passenger for 30 days.
After which he will not be able to travel by air during this period. This incident took place on November 26 in a flight coming from New York to Delhi. The woman had complained about this to Tata Group Chairman N Chandrasekaran. He also accused the flight crew of not taking concrete action. After which the airlines took this action.