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Air India owner expresses ‘anguish’ over urination incident on flight


The chairman of Tata Sons group, which owns Air India, has expressed “anguish” over an incident in which a drunk man allegedly urinated on a female passenger on a flight. 

The man was arrested by Indian police on Saturday (Jan 7). He was later fired as vice president of US banking giant Wells Fargo.

The incident on an Air India flight between New York and New Delhi on Nov 26 came to light after the 72-year-old female passenger sent a complaint letter to the airline.

Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran said in a statement that the matter has been “a matter of personal anguish to me and my colleagues at Air India”, adding that the airline should have been much swifter in its response.

“We fell short of addressing this situation the way it should have been,” he said.

“The Tata Group and Air India stand by the safety and well-being of our passengers and crew with full conviction. We will review and repair every process to prevent or address any incidents of such unruly nature.”


In her letter to Mr Chandrasekaran the day she landed in Delhi, the woman passenger said that shortly after lunch was served and the crew switched off…

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