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In a family’s video, an Air India pilot is accused of refusing to let a pet board. Gets Viral 

The majority of us enjoy having pets, so it stings more when someone doesn’t. one of the families for whom they reserved a flight, However, after going through the entire boarding process, the airlines finally refused to board passengers who had pets. The passengers expressed their irate on Twitter, complaining that the airline didn’t reply well and spoiled the entire flight schedule.

A family from Bengaluru claimed in a video uploaded on Twitter that Air India refused to let their pet dog board the aircraft even though it had a boarding permit. The family claims in the popular video that they complied with all procedures and regulations. On Saturday, the family was taking the AI 503 from Bengaluru to Delhi, then on to Amritsar.

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“With the bag on, our pet only adds about five kilogrammes to her 4.2 kilogramme weight. She may fly inside the cabin in accordance with the rules. She completed all checks and received a boarding pass “In the video, he said. Mr. Shenoy claimed that despite their patiently waited for more than four hours, his cat made no fuss and received pet attention from close to 250 individuals at the airport.

He continues, “The pilot, Captain Chopra, denied admission to us or that is what was conveyed to us.” He added that it seemed like the flight had been overbooked. “We were informed that you could go without your pet. It is comparable to taking off with your child “He spoke on the video, detailing his ordeal. Mr. Shenoy asserted that because all of his travel and hotel reservations were made in the city where he was staying, he had sustained “significant damages.”

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However, the airline reacted to the tweet by stating that there are some normal norms and procedures for travelling with pets. In addition, you must get the pilot’s approval before taking off because he is in charge of the aircraft. The airline pilot reportedly had issues with the pet cage that was supposed to fly in that aircraft.

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