Naomi's spokeswoman had hoped for an "amicable" outcome, having said:
"Naomi has been flying with BA for nearly 30 years and has been a good customer. She hopes this can be resolved amicably".
A BA spokesman did not refer directly to the specific case, but said:
"All incidents of abusive or disruptive behaviour towards fellow passengers or staff are taken extremely seriously and will not be tolerated".
All is not lost though — as long as Naomi is not charged over the incident last week she will probably be able to fly with BA's rival Virgin.
A statement from Virgin said: "Any decision regarding her future travel with us would depend on the outcome of any court proceedings".
Do you think British Airways are right to ban Naomi, or do you think it's too harsh?