Crime: 2 passengers arrested after threatening to open jet's doors on delayed flight - PressFrom - US
  •   
  •   
  •   

Crime2 passengers arrested after threatening to open jet's doors on delayed flight

06:05  11 january  2019
06:05  11 january  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

Cleveland airport water fountains shut down after Frontier passengers become ill

Cleveland airport water fountains shut down after Frontier passengers become ill Several water fountains were shut down at a Cleveland airport after passengers aboard a Frontier Airlines flight became sick, airport officials said. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); At least six passengers who traveled on Tampa-bound Frontier Airlines Flight 1397 on Tuesday fell ill after leaving Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

Two airline passengers were arrested Thursday for threatening to open a jet ' s doors after their flight was delayed for hours at the Oakland International Airport. An Aeromexico flight from Guadalajara that was bound for San Francisco was diverted to Oakland on Thursday at about 10:30

'He was threatening to open the doors of the place and obviously they thought people were at risk, so they took the decision to redirect the plane Mr Haagman said that passengers were told they could stay on board the plane, but were later asked to disembark as the flight was delayed for four hours.

2 passengers arrested after threatening to open jet's doors on delayed flight© NBC News An Aeromexico plane headed for San Francisco International Airport from Guadalajara was diverted due to fog to Oakland International Airport Thursday afternoon, officials said.

Two airline passengers were arrested Thursday for threatening to open a jet's doors after their flight was delayed for hours at the Oakland International Airport.

An Aeromexico flight from Guadalajara that was bound for San Francisco was diverted to Oakland on Thursday at about 10:30 a.m. local time (1:30 p.m. ET) and sat on a tarmac for at least three hours, a spokesman for the Alameda County Sheriff's Office told NBC News.

Officials Are Investigating Why 6 People Suddenly Became Ill During a New Year's Day Flight

Officials Are Investigating Why 6 People Suddenly Became Ill During a New Year's Day Flight Airport water fountains may have been to blame . “They were just coming out of nowhere,” passenger Tiffany McKinney told WFLA. “Just throwing up, sick.” Officials at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport shut down several of the facility’s water fountains after the individuals became ill, CNN reports. An airport spokesperson told CNN that officials were not sure if the fountains caused the sudden illnesses, or even if any of the sick people drank from them, but said they were taken offline for testing out of “an abundance of caution.

Passenger 'speaking gibberish' forces plane into emergency landing after trying to open door mid- flight . Plane Passenger Arrested After Urinating On Other Passengers - Duration: 0:41. Delta Airlines Captain Threatens to Have Passenger ARRESTED Over Bottle of Water!

A man was tackled by fellow passengers and arrested after allegedly trying to open an emergency exit on a low-cost Wizz Air flight from Poland to A witness told the BBC that passengers "wrestled him to the floor" to prevent him from opening the plane door . The incident happened around 30

"Two passengers wanting to exit the aircraft became unruly, at which time the pilot contacted law enforcement," the Oakland airport said in a statement.

Passengers were not offered food or water during the delay, according to a report from NBC-affiliate KNTV.

Aeromexico, which is based in Mexico City, could not immediately be reached for comment.

"By that point passengers became fed up with waiting," sheriff's Sgt. Ray Kelly told NBC News. "There were several passengers who started to voice their frustration."

One man in particular threatened to open the plane door and activate emergency exit equipment, Kelly said.

One female passenger who complained of respiratory issues was taken to a local hospital, authorities said.

'Heads will be chopped off': Video shows terrifying private jet flight

'Heads will be chopped off': Video shows terrifying private jet flight As part of an investigation into customer complaints and lawsuits filed against JetSmarter, CNBC obtained an exclusive video of the flight. Taken by another passenger, the video shows Paola cursing and threatening to decapitate people who tried to stop him. He shouted: "Heads will be chopped off. Heads will be chopped off." require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); He also screamed, "I'm a sick f---. I was just in a psych hospital. You have no idea.

The Regulation introduces a three-tier system: In the event of long delays ( two hours or more, depending on the distance of the flight ), passengers must in every case be offered free meals and refreshments plus two free telephone calls, telex or fax messages, or e -mails

A man aboard a Lufthansa flight from Frankfurt to Belgrade has been arrested Sunday after threatening to open a plane door during the flight , Serbian authorities said. Lufthansa said the cabin crew and passengers on Flight 1406 managed to restrain him for the rest of the journey

The jet was diverted to Oakland as a result of heavy fog conditions, and the pilot waited at the Oakland airport for clearance to continue the flight to San Francisco, Kelly said.

Aeromexico said in a statement that because its airline has no operations at the Oakland airport, "special authorizations from the local airport authorities had to be requested to disembark the passengers."

It was while these procedures were underway that the two passengers caused a disruption, the airline said, adding that once the flight had the permits it needed, "the passengers were able to disembark."

At some point after the arrests, the jet taxied to a gate and passengers were taken through to customs, the Oakland airport said.

The sheriff's office tweeted Thursday evening that the two passengers who had been arrested were released and that other passengers had received food and refreshments.

'We’re like a family' — Miracle On Hudson flight controller bonds with passengers a decade later

'We’re like a family' — Miracle On Hudson flight controller bonds with passengers a decade later They call him 156. Long Island air traffic controller Patrick Harten wasn’t even on the miracle flight that landed in the Hudson River a decade ago, but for his crucial role in the outcome, the customers and crew on board have made him an honorary passenger. Harten was the man on the line with Capt. Chesley Sullenberger when the hero pilot set the US Airways jet down in the Hudson River on Jan. 15, 2009 with 155 people on board. Harten quickly found Sullenberger runways at two nearby airports to land after a bird strike knocked out both engines on Flight 1549 shortly after it took off from LaGuardia airport. Despite Harten’s valiant effort.

Seattle (CNN) An unruly passenger who authorities say was trying to open an exit door on a Delta Air Joseph Daniel Hudek IV, a 23-year-old passenger from Florida, was arrested after the plane Aircraft cabin doors cannot be opened at high altitudes because of the differing pressures inside and

SACRAMENTO -- A woman was arrested and charged after she threatened to kill fellow passengers on a Southwest Airlines flight from Portland to Sacramento. He said she pushed a flight attendant and had to be physically restrained by passengers and crew for the remaining 30 minutes of the flight .

The airport said in its statement, "Decisions about awaiting clearance to land at the original destination airport or deplaning at the diversion airport are at the discretion of the airline."

The U.S. Department of Transportation announced in 2017 expanded protections for passengers by limiting tarmac delays to four hours for international flights of U.S. and foreign airlines, according a press release.

"Carriers must also ensure that passengers stuck on the tarmac are provided adequate food and water after two hours, as well as working lavatories and any necessary medical treatment," the release said.

The Department of Transportation did not immediately respond to a request for comment from NBC News.

Passengers shiver through 13-hour ordeal on Canadian tarmac.
A medical emergency and a mechanical problem left passengers on a United Airlines flight stuck for more than 13 hours on the frigid tarmac of a Canadian airport in the plane's barely heated interior, the CBC network reported. United Flight 179 had taken off late Saturday from Newark, New Jersey en route to Hong Kong with some 250 passengers on board. When a passenger suffered a medical emergency the plane made an emergency landing in Goose Bay airport in Newfoundland and Labrador province, on Canada's east coast, the airline told CBC.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 1
This is interesting!