Flyer on an IndiGo flight to Bengaluru caught smoking beedi in the air violating the Aircraft Act

Flyer on an IndiGo flight to Bengaluru caught smoking beedi in the air violating the Aircraft Act

On a Sunday night IndiGo flight from Kolkata to Bengaluru, a passenger was observed smoking a beedi in the restroom. When the plane landed at Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) at midnight, he was immediately taken into custody and detained under the Aircraft Act.

According to a police source, he was detained at the KIA police station under the Aircraft Rules 1937 for violating the prohibition against smoking inside aircraft under Section 25 (3b) and threatening the public’s safety under Section 336 IPC.

On September 3 at 9.11 p.m., flight 6E 487 departed from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport with G Karunakaran sitting in seat 24A.

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A cabin crew member noticed a burning smell coming from the aircraft’s tail after the flight left Kolkata, according to the FIR submitted by Interglobe Aviation Limited (Indigo) Station Manager B M Puneeth.

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