AI urination case: Accused Mishra put on airline’s “No Fly List”

Shortly after Air India banned Shankar Mishra, accused of urinating on an elderly woman mid-way, from flying for four months, the independent 3-member Internal Committee covered the accused under the definition of “unruly passenger”. “The independent 3-member Internal Committee under the chairmanship of ex-District Judge has concluded that Shankar Mishra is covered under the definition of “unruly passenger” and banned from flying for 4 months as per relevant provisions of Civil Aviation Requirements,” said an Air India spokesperson. As per an Air India spokesperson, the passenger has already been put on the airline’s “No Fly List”. “Air India has shared a copy of the Internal Committee report with the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and will also be intimating other airlines operating in the country,” said a Spokesperson, of Air India. Delhi police arrested Shankar Mishra from Bengaluru on January 6, 2023.