A drunk passenger on Air India's flight to New York-Delhi this Thursday (August 30) reportedly urinated on a place where a lady was sitting. The flight attendant's family says that no action was taken against the man after the plane landed in Delhi, and he simply walked away.
Indrani Ghosh, the New York-based daughter of the traumatized women's passenger, tweeted her grasp of @indranidreams to airline ministers Suresh Prabhu and Jayant Sinha, saying, "AI 1
Disgraceful @airindiain yesterday on your flight AI102 from JFK to Delhi, a drunk passenger has his pants and … https://t.co/wsdBli7bQu
– Indrani Ghosh (@indranidreams) 1535728834000 [19659004 When interviewed on Twitter about how the AI crew handled the situation, Ghosh wrote: "Unless you give it another place, nothing we still know!" She added that her mother was waiting in her wheelchair at the Delhi airport for her connecting flight, she "saw him run away". According to her Twitter account, Ghosh is a Manhattan-based yoga teacher and lawyer.
Jayant Sinha tweeted Ghosh and AI and said, "Please follow immediately and contact the Air Ministry / DGCA – very regrettable that your mother had to have this shattering experience."
@airindiain Please follow immediately and submit the MoCA / DGCA report. Very regrettable that your mother … https://t.co/34L7yOSl7Y
– Jayant Sinha (@jayantsinha) 1535775819000
Condemning this incident, AI said in a tweet, "Our sincere apology Passengers of the flight hampered by this action Our cabin crew immediately did everything to mitigate the passenger's inconvenience from the moment the incident happened until the flight landed in Delhi, while an airline did not control the behavior of a single passenger, our crew is prepared to handle every situation with the utmost care and care. "
Details of the alleged incident and measures taken by AI were obtained from the airline at the time of filing this story, which is then updated.
Ghosh wants AI to act most severely against the drunk passenger. Sources say the airline is taking this complaint very seriously and has opened an investigation. It will be the earliest, says a source.
"When I called to complain, the call center guy who followed the script asked me to go to the website and write some feedback !! Really FEEDBACK! … Do not you think about it The airline gives it a free pass !! "By reporting such obscene and offensive behavior, the airline may prevent such people from causing trouble in the future," Ghosh said in a series of tweets.
@airindiain When I called to make a complaint, the call center guy who followed the script asked me to … https://t.co/cRJgjBixI8
– Indrani too Go Ghosh (@indranidreams) 1535729038000
There is now a no-fly list in India, and disruptive passengers can be excluded from flying for varying periods of time, depending on the severity of their unruly behavior. So far, only Jet Airways has placed a passenger flying on a Mumbai-Delhi flight on this list.