The Captain said Kunal Kamra’s conduct, “while upsetting, was not qualifying of a level 1 rowdy traveler” and that he didn’t discover the occasions re-portable in any capacity. “Pilots can authenticate occurrences which were comparative and additionally more awful in nature that were not regarded boisterous,” he included.
Kunal Kamra was prohibited by IndiGo for a half year on Wednesday. Three additional aircrafts – Air India, SpiceJet and GoAir – too prohibited him “till further notification” after the administration declared it was encouraging different carriers to follow IndiGo’s model. The IndiGo pilot who flew Kunal Kamra has kept in touch with the carrier’s administration inquiring as to for what reason was he not counseled before a boycott was set on the humorist for harassing a senior TV Editor on an IndiGo trip on Tuesday. “I was unsettled to discover that my Airline has made a move right now based on Social Media posts, with no interview at all with the Pilot-in-Command. This is to some degree extraordinary in my nine years of Airline flying,” peruses the letter by the Captain to the IndiGo administration. In any case, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) sources said the boycott by these carriers on the entertainer is an infringement of fair treatment in circumstances, for example, this. The sources called attention to that while a boycott was not against the standards, there is a procedure to be followed before such move can make place.