Aircraft must turn around twice due to brawls

the Passengers on an easyJet flight from Manchester to Alicante must have been well tired of some fellow passengers, which delayed the flight in 3.5 hours. th

Aircraft must turn around twice due to brawls

the Passengers on an easyJet flight from Manchester to Alicante must have been well tired of some fellow passengers, which delayed the flight in 3.5 hours. th

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
15 mart 2020 Sunday 22:00
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Aircraft must turn around twice due to brawls

the Passengers on an easyJet flight from Manchester to Alicante must have been well tired of some fellow passengers, which delayed the flight in 3.5 hours.

the Plane was forced to turn around twice because of very bad behavior by several passengers.

Two different groups were involved in the incident, which took place on Thursday last week.

According to the easyJet came a group of passengers, who were under the influence of alcohol, up to peaks. This resulted in that the plane turned back and got them put on. The plane was not yet relieved from the airport, but was on the way out on the runway.

See also: Wild on the fly from the uk: flight attendants wept because of the fear

the Group of passengers were arrested by the police and removed from the plane. But since the aircraft was to facilitate for the second time, there was again uproar between the two groups of passengers. Again, had the police remove the passenger from the aircraft.

While such incidents are rare, so we take them seriously, and we do not tolerate threatening behaviour on board, said easyJet in a statement.

the Authorities in the Uk are considering changing the rules that now allow airline passengers to drink prior to the flight. This happens because Britain is experiencing a rise in very abusive behavior among full air passengers.

See also: low-cost airline opens new route from Copenhagen

In February, the british woman Chloe Haines sentenced to two years in prison because she tried to open a door aboard a flight from London to Dalaman in Turkey.

She explained that she had taken both alcohol and drugs before the flight. Supposedly, she could not remember the incident, where she tried to open one of the aircraft doors.

She was at the same time, a fine of 85,000 pounds (740.263 crowns).

It is not yet known whether the passengers on board the easyJet plane will be charged.

Updated: 15.03.2020 22:00
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