DCGA Rejects Plea Of Air India Pilot In Urination Incident
The Director General Civil Aviation (DCGA) rejected the appeal of the pilot in the Air India Urination Issue. On March 1, the DCGA rejected the plea of the pilot to revoke the license suspension orders. The DCGA feels that the incident should have been reported in any case, therefore, pilot is responsible. Notably, earlier, a man urinated on a 70-year-old senior citizen in a New York-Delhi Air India flight.
Tags: Air India, Urination Issue, Flight, Air India Pee Row, Indian Commercial Pilots Association
Courtesy: Hindustan Times