In Flight Violance: Incidents of increased violence in flights! 63 Passengers Banned In 2022


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Giving information in Parliament on Friday, the Ministry of Civil Aviation said that in the year 2022, 63 passengers were put in the ‘no fly list’. In fact, a question was raised in the House about the increasing incidents of violence in civil aircraft and it was asked that what is the reason for the increase in incidents of violence in civil aircraft? In response to this, Minister of State for Civil Aviation General VK Singh (retd) gave the above information in a written reply.

He said that in the year 2022, a total of 63 passengers were put on the no-fly list. Different passengers were banned from air services for different time periods on the recommendations of the airlines’ internal committee. The government told the Lok Sabha that most of the passengers who were put on the no-fly list were not wearing masks and not following the instructions of crew members.

Let us tell you that in the recent past, many such incidents happened during air travel, which became the headlines of the media. A case of a man urinating on an elderly woman under the influence of alcohol came to light on Air India’s New York-Delhi flight. On which there was a lot of uproar and the police arrested the accused Shankar Mishra. On an Air India flight from Paris to Delhi too, a case of a drunken man urinating on another woman’s blanket came to light. In Goa, there was an incident of misbehaving with a female crew member by a foreign national, while in Delhi, a case of misbehaving with a crew member by a passenger also came to the fore.

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