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TravelJetBlue Flight Diverted to JFK After Odor Sickens Passengers

23:15  14 july  2019
23:15  14 july  2019 Source:   travelpulse.com

Delta flight bound for San Antonio diverted because of cracked plane windshield

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JetBlue Flight Diverted to JFK After Odor Sickens Passengers© JetBlue JetBlue Airbus A320

A JetBlue flight this morning out of Newark Liberty International Airport, bound for Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, was diverted to JFK airport in New York after several passengers reported dizziness and nausea stemming from some strange fumes onboard.

Flight 1203, which departed at around 6:00 a.m. Sunday, quickly set down at JFK, “out of an abundance of caution after the crew reported an unusual odor and a handful of customers and crew members feeling unwell,” a JetBlue corporate communications team member, Sebastian White, told local New York news channel, PIX11.

Port Authority sources told PIX11’s reporter on the ground that those passengers who were not being taken to the hospital were rerouted to Gate 11 at JFK’s Terminal 5 to complete their journey on another aircraft.

The aircraft will be inspected before being returned to service, said JetBlue, and the Port Authority stated that the cause of the incident is still under investigation.

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British woman Chloe Haines billed $105,000 after 'dangerous' behavior forced flight diversion.
A passenger whose "extremely disruptive behavior" caused a flight to be diverted with a military escort has been sent a bill for £85,000 ($105,000) and permanently banned from the airline. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Chloe Haines has been accused by British operator Jet2 of a "catalog of aggressive, abusive and dangerous behavior," including "attempting to open the aircraft doors," during a flight from London Stansted Airport to Dalaman in southwest Turkey in June.

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