New Delhi: Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran today admitted that. Air India’s response to a drunken flier urinating on a woman should have been quicker. On November 26, on a New York-Delhi Air India flight. Shankar Mishra allegedly unzipped his pants and urinated. On an elderly woman in business class. He later requested the woman not to report him to the police, saying it would affect his wife and child.
“Air India’s response should have been quicker. We failed to deal with this situation as it should have,” Mr Chandrasekaran said in a statement.
“The Tata Group and Air India stand with full. Confidence in the safety and well-being of our passengers and crew,” he added.
The Tata Sons chairman also said. That they will review and repair every process. To prevent such incidents from happening. Air India filed a police complaint only this week and said there was “no further incident. Of tension or confrontation” and “respecting the sentiments of. The female passenger, the crew elected not to call law enforcement during the landing.
It banned Mishra from flying for 30 days.” did, sparking outrage by social media users who said it wasn’t enough.
A Delhi court later sent him to judicial custody for 14 days. Saying no police custody was required for further investigation.
Air India CEO Campbell Wilson apologized for the incident on Saturday and . Said four cabin crew and one pilot had been de-rostered and . The airline was reviewing its “in-flight alcohol service policy”.
Earlier, Mr. Wilson. In an internal communication, told airline staff to report any inappropriate behavior on. The plane to the authorities as soon as possible.