Air India lodged a complaint with the police against the MP for ‘assaulting’ its duty manage
Air India has already blacklisted the MP. Tho move has been also supported by budget carrier IndiGo which said it will support any move which bars unruly passengers from flying, a day after Air India said it was mulling preparing a no-fly list.
“We will support a no-fly list,” IndiGo President and Whole Time Director Aditya Ghosh told PTI.
Ravindra Gaikwad was flying on an Air India flight from Pune to Delhi and hit airline’s duty manager Shivkumar with his slippers several times when the latter urged him to deplane at the Indira Gandhi airport.| Watch: You can watch the video here
“I dare the Delhi police to arrest me…I will not apologize, he (Air India manager) must come to me and apologize,” Gaikwad told reporters on Friday, claiming that “a 60-year-old man must know how to behave” and suggesting that his party will stand by him.
Air India lodged a complaint with the police against the Shiv Sena MP for “assaulting” its duty manager at Delhi airport, an airline spokesperson said (read full story)