Air India CEO Campbell Wilson as we speak admitted that the airways’ might have reacted higher to the incident of a drunk flyer urinating on an aged passenger.
“There are issues that we did not do effectively. We have learnt classes,” Air India CEO instructed NDTV in an unique interview.
On a New York-Delhi Air India flight on November 26, Shankar Mishra allegedly unzipped his pants and urinated on an aged girl within the enterprise class. He later begged the girl to not report him to the police, saying it might affect his spouse and youngster.
Air India filed a police criticism weeks after the incident and stated as there was “no additional flare-up or confrontation”, and “respecting the perceived needs of the feminine passenger, the crew elected to not summon regulation enforcement upon touchdown. It banned Mishra from flying for 30 days, triggering outrage by social media customers who stated it was not sufficient.
Shankar Mishra was arrested by the Delhi Police on Friday, six weeks after the incident.