In First No-fly Rule Case, Indigo Crew Files Complaint Against ‘unruly’ Female Passenger


In a first incident ever since the Centre introduced the no-fly list norms against passengers who misbehave, an IndiGo crew member has filed a complaint against an ‘unruly’ passenger, who allegedly became aggressive with them on a Jaipur-Mumbai flight (6E-394).

The passenger too has filed a counter claim against the crew.

As per the complaint that was filed by domestic carrier Indigo at the police station in Vile Parle at around 8.30 pm on Monday, one of the Indigo security staff requested for the help of CISF against Ms R Thakur, who had allegedly misbehaved against the on-board crew.

The members of the crew later escorted the passenger to the airport police station. Read More…

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