If you’re flying for the first time or have no idea about the no-fly list, we have listed a few things that you can do or cannot do during your in-flight journey. India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation has set a few guidelines for the passengers that are travelling and could be put on a no-fly list if they are found to be guilty of any of these offences.

According to IndiaTV news,  here’s what can put you on the no-flyer list:

Level 1 offence- Inappropriate physical gestures, verbal harassment and unruly inebriation are Level 1 offences and are punishable with a ban of up to 3 months.

Level 2 offence– Physically abusive behaviour, including inappropriate touching, are Level 2 offences punishable by a ban of up to 6 months.

Level 3 offence– Any action that threatens the life of a passenger or attempts to damage to aircraft systems constitutes of Level 3 offence and is punishable with a mandatory minimum ban of at least 2 years. However, there’s no clarity if the offenders of level 3 could get a life ban from following.

But while flying with passengers on board, you should also keep the general etiquettes in mind if in case you don’t want to be cursed by your fellow passengers.