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UK News 'Drunk' holidaymaker who attempted to open door on Jet2 passenger flight appears in court

02:00  21 november  2019
02:00  21 november  2019 Source:   inews.co.uk

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' Drunk ' holidaymaker , 26, 'tried to open plane's emergency exit in An 'intoxicated' holidaymaker tried to open the emergency exit door of a packed Jet 2 passenger flight in mid-air, a court heard today. Haines appeared behind the reinforced glass of the dock in courtroom two this morning, but

A JET 2 flight was allegedly disrupted after a female plane passenger attempted to open an emergency exit door mid- flight . A Jet 2 passenger had to be restrained after she tried to open a pane door mid- flight , a court heard today. A shocking photo taken at the scene appears to show

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A “drunk” holidaymaker tried to open the emergency exit door of a packed Jet2 passenger flight in mid-air, a court heard.

Chloe Haines, 26, of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, was restrained by cabin crew and passengers on the flight after it left London Stansted on 22 June this year bound for Dalaman in Turkey.

She was alleged to have scratched cabin crew member, Charley Coombe.

'Threatened'

Katharine Houghton, prosecuting, told Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court that Haines stood up shortly after take-off and threatened cabin crew.

Two RAF Typhoon fighter jets were scrambled and caused sonic booms as they flew to meet the plane and escort it back to the UK.  Once back at Stansted, Ms Haines was arrested.

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"Luckily there were two cabin crew there who pulled her off the door ." Then the woman allegedly went for the Flight tracker shows how the Jet 2 plane turned back over the North Sea and returned to Typhoon fighter jets were scrambled following reports of a woman allegedly trying to open the cockpit

A JET 2 passenger accused of trying to storm the cockpit of a plane has appeared in court today to face an assault charge. Chloe Haines, 26, allegedly assaulted a member of cabin crew trying to restrain her during the Jet 2 flight that left Stansted Airport on June 22.

She was later charged with assault by beating and a reckless or negligent act in a manner likely to endanger aircraft or people in an aircraft.

After the incident Ms Haines was slapped with an £85,000 bill from Jet2 and a lifetime ban from the airline.

Ms Haines appeared at court but did not enter a plea.

'Serious'

She spoke only to confirm her name, age and address in the brief hearing and appeared to choke back tears.

District Judge Timothy King granted Ms Haines bail on the condition she must not enter any UK airport.  He said: “This matter is too serious to be dealt with at this court. All matters will be dealt with at Chelmsford Crown.”

Ms Haines will appear at crown court on 18 December where she will enter a plea.

Speaking in July, after the mid-air drama, Steve Heapy, chief executive of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: “As a family friendly airline, we take an absolutely zero tolerance approach to disruptive behaviour.”

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