Air India has been fined 3 million Indian rupees ($37,000) for its handling of an unruly passenger on one of its flights in November, India’s aviation regulator said on Friday.

The licence of the pilot-in-command on the New York-New Delhi flight, where the incident took place, was also suspended for three months while a penalty of 300,000 rupees was imposed on Air India’s director-in-flight services, the regulator added in a statement.

The ruling on the Tata group-owned airline followed from an incident on a Nov. 26 flight in which a male passenger, while apparently inebriated, allegedly urinated on a female co-passenger.

Air India, on Friday, said it was studying the regulator’s order on the matter, but acknowledged that there were “gaps” in the airline’s