Indigo A20N at Mumbai and Abu Dhabi on Dec 12th 2021, involuntary stowaway
Last Update: December 14, 2021 / 19:12:07 GMT/Zulu time
The worker returned to Mumbai on the same aircraft performing the return flight, this time however in the cabin as passenger.
The airline confirmed the incident.
India's DGCA have opened an investigation.
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