New Delhi, September 12
Aviation regulator DGCA on Saturday stated a scheduled flight shall be suspended for a interval of two weeks if anybody is discovered doing pictures inside it.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) requested IndiGo on Friday to take “appropriate action” after the regulator discovered alleged violation of security and social distancing protocols by mediapersons within the airline’s Chandigarh-Mumbai flight that had actor Kangana Ranaut as a passenger. According to a video of the incident that came about inside Wednesday’s flight, reporters and cameramen have been jostling and bunching as much as get a remark from Ranaut, who was sitting in one of many entrance rows of the aircraft.
The DGCA order on Saturday stated, “It has been decided that from now on, incase any violation (photography) occurs on any scheduled passenger aircraft – the schedule of flight for that particular route shall be suspended for a period of two weeks from the next day (of the incident).” PTI