This airline plans to fine unruly passengers who delay flights

Poorly behaved passengers may have to start (literally) paying for their actions.

Air India announced this week that it will start fining unruly passengers who delay flights when they refuse to comply with protocol or act out.

If a passenger’s bad behavior delays an Air India flight up to one hour, the airline will charge that passenger about $7,750 (5 lakh in rupees). For delays between one and two hours, the passenger will be charged $15,500 (10 lakh rupees) and for any delay lasting longer than two hours, Air India will charge $23,260 (15 lakh rupees).

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