Air India is coming under fire for e-cigarettes on their plans. No, they’re not letting anyone vape on the planes, don’t get excited. Instead, what they are in trouble for is an e-cigarette was one of the products on sale in the airline’s equivalent of Sky Mall.
Naturally prohibition groups are up in arms. There’s rumbles of contempt of court for not upholding the 2004 anti-smoking laws of India. Laws that, naturally, don’t say word one about electronic cigarettes.