‘Drunk’ man forces Indigo flight to abort takeoff at Delhi’s IGI airport

An Indigo flight 6E- 767 was forced to return from the taxiway at the Indira Gandhi International Airport on Tuesday night after it faced disruption while taking off to Hyderabad from the terminal. According to airport officials, a drunk passenger on board refused to follow the flight crew’s instructions and fought with them.

Following the incident, the airline was forced to call CISF (Central Industrial Security Force) personnel, after which he was briefly detained. The airline has not yet filed an official complaint with the police.

Speaking to Hindustan Times, a senior CISF officer said that they received a call at around 11:30 pm that a passenger was creating ruckus onboard.

The official added that the accused had declined to cooperate with the crew’s instructions. The official took the accused to the domestic airport police station for further legal action. Read More

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