On Kangana Ranaut flight chaos, DGCA seeks report from Indigo on ‘safety violation’ by mediapersons


On Kangana Ranaut flight chaos, DGCA seeks report from Indigo on 'safety violation' by mediapersons
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On Kangana Ranaut flight chaos, DGCA seeks report from Indigo on ‘security violation’ by mediapersons

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Friday sought a report from IndiGo airways on the alleged violation of security and social distancing protocols by mediapersons in its Chandigarh-Mumbai flight that had actor Kangana Ranaut as a passenger. The DGCA has sought a report from the airline on “violation of safety and social distancing protocol by media personnel on flight 6E-264.

We have seen some videos wherein mediapersons are standing too close to each other in the 6E264 flight on Wednesday. It seems to be a violation of safety and social distancing protocols. We have asked IndiGo to submit a report on this incident,” a DGCA official mentioned.

In movies which have emerged on-line, reporters are seen talking into their mics or taking cell phone movies whereas reporting for his or her channels from the aircraft in the midst of a wild chase of Kangana Ranaut, who was returning to Mumbai that day in the midst of an enormous row with Maharashtra’s ruling Shiv Sena.

Meanwhile, The service, in a press release mentioned it knowledgeable the aviation regulator that each one norms had been duly adopted from its finish.

“We would like to reiterate that our cabin crew, as well as the captain followed all the requisite protocols, including announcements to restrict photography, follow social distancing and maintain overall safety,” the airline acknowledged.

IndiGo mentioned it additionally adopted the requisite protocol of documenting this matter in its post-flight report.

“We are committed to providing a safe, hassle-free experience to our passengers,” it added.

As per the Civil Aviation Ministry’s social distancing guidelines issued on May 25, “on arrival at the destination, passengers should be allowed to exit (the plane) in a sequence so as to avoid any bunching”.

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