Thai airline’s apology for ugly fight in the air says we are sorry for this…

Thai Airlines Fight Line: Now there is a new twist in the case of a fight between passengers on a Thai Smile Airways flight. Thai Airways has apologized for the incident. A video of this incident went viral on social media. The airline reportedly apologized after the incident. The airline has made a tweet about it.

However, there is no concrete information on whether the Twitter handle from which the tweet was tweeted is the official Twitter handle of the airline or not. Since this is not a verified identifier, its authenticity cannot be confirmed. This Twitter handle has written that Thai Smile Airways is sorry about this. We confirm again that the incident was taken into account. We have followed the flight safety procedures according to international standards. Our crew members have already helped those affected by this incident.

BCAS had also said about the action.

The Civil Aviation Security Office spoke about the action in this matter. In a statement issued by BCAS, it was said that we will take action on this. In fact, the video of the fight between two passengers on the flight went viral on social networks.

Viewing this video, social media users were seen demanding action. At the same time, the Civil Aviation Security Bureau said that we have become aware of the video. The report on this whole matter has been requested from the corresponding authority. BCAS Director General Zulfiqar Hasan said action will be taken on the matter.

What is the problem?

Actually, the matter is from December 27 when there was a fierce fight between two passengers on a Thai Smile flight from Bangkok to Kolkata, India. Video of this incident went increasingly viral on social media. It was clearly seen in the video that there is a discussion between two passengers on some topic. The stewardess tried to appease them, but when she saw them they both got into a fight.

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