Air India flight pilot allowed female friend in the cockpit, says DGCA; probe on


DGCA launched a probe into the matter
Image Source : REPRESENTATIONAL PIC DGCA launched a probe into the matter

DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) on Friday said a pilot of an Air India flight, operating from Dubai to Delhi, allowed a female friend in the cockpit on February 27, violating safety norms. 

A probe is initiated into the matter, added the aviation regulator body.

Air India deboards unruly passenger 

In another incident happened on April 10, Air India deboarded an unruly passenger from its Delhi-London flight, which returned to the national capital. The sources said flight AI 111, which had around 225 passengers, returned to the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) here as there was an unruly male passenger onboard. The unruly passenger was deboarded at the airport and later the flight took off for London Heathrow.

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