Stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra on Sunday turned up at Mumbai airport to take a flight to an unknown destination on Vistara.
Kamra, who has been in the eye of storm for the consequences of his alleged heckling of journalist Arnab Goswami, tweeted, "My airport look all thanks to @airvistara following due process... #lovevistara."
IndiGo Airlines had suspended him from flying with it for six months.
Apart from IndiGo, Air India, Spicejet, and GoAir also imposed a flying suspension on him.
Kamra had demanded a sum of ₹25 lakh from the airline for the mental pain and losses incurred by him on account of the cancellation of his scheduled shows.
The comedian also demanded that Indigo Airlines revoke the suspension with immediate effect and tender an unconditional apology. "The company will duly respond to any legal notice that it receives in relation to this matter," said IndiGo in a statement.
The pilot, who was operating the flight in which the incident took place, had expressed his concerns over IndiGo taking action in the case 'without consulting him' in a letter.
Director-General of Civil Aviation recently said that action taken by the four airlines imposing flight ban on Kamra was "in complete consonance with civil aviation requirements".
In the video posted by Kamra on his Twitter handle, he asked several questions to Goswami while the latter remained glued to his laptop and did not respond to the former's questions, jibes, and comments.
With inputs from ANI