The Russian tourists were travelling from Istanbul, Turkey to Yekaterinburg, Russia. They were fighting in front of shocked tourists and screaming babies. It is understood three people were taken into custody.
This is the moment a fight erupts between air rage tourists minutes before takeoff.
The three Russian tourists, two men and one woman, were reportedly thrown off the Turkish Airlines flight in Istanbul after being accused of hooliganism, according to Russian media reports.
Footage appears to show other passengers crowding around and trying to calm the brawl down as they return to Russia after spending their holidays in Turkey.
me, twice a year: “i’ll never fly spirit again.”— Peter Scattini (@jpscattini) July 31, 2019
me, this morning, after deciding i’d rather save 12 dollars: pic.twitter.com/ASqk3bb89j
PASSENGERS travelling with Spirit Airlines were left screaming in terror after a bat flew through the cabin mid-flight.
The bat was spotted 30 minutes after the flight took off according to one of the passengers.
Twitter user Peter Scattini tweeted a video of the bat with the caption: “There is deadass a bat on this Spirit Airline.”
He joked: “Me, twice a year: ‘I’ll never fly Spirit again.’
“Me, this morning, after deciding I’d rather save 12 dollars.”
In the video, the bat flies down the middle of the cabin while a child screams in shock.
Thai chef Uthai Waenbarb, 36, was delayed for five days in Russia before a connecting flight home from Budapest.
Uthai Waenbarb was missing for 43 days after going on a drinking binge while waiting for a flight in Moscow. Uthai then hit the airport bars – downing alcohol for several hours before being arrested and kicked out of the airport in Moscow, with a standard 30-day visa.
The chef said he then continued drinking but has little memory of the next couple of weeks, during which he lost his passport, all his belongings and found work as a rubbish collector.Meanwhile, his worried family in, Nong Khai northeastern Thailand, who had been waiting for him filed a missing person’s report in Hungary, Thailand and Russia.
Dishevelled Uthai was finally found on Tuesday in Khimki city, around 27Km from Moscow airport.
Eventually two people saw his plight and took him to the Thai embassy in Moscow, where he is being looked after until he can return home.
Imagine passengers’ surprise when a Southwest Airlines employee issued her greetings from the overhead bin space. The reaction to the Nashville to Atlanta flight? “It was pretty hilarious.”(CNN) — One Southwest Airlines employee literally put herself into the travel fray when it came to jockeying for overhead bin space.Passenger Veronica Lloyd was surprised to find a flight attendant in the overhead compartment on her flight from Nashville to Atlanta on Monday.“She was up there for about five minutes. More than half the flight was boarded before she got down,” Lloyd said. “It was pretty hilarious.”“She was greeting passengers as they walked by,” Lloyd added.
A CAMBRIDGE University student has died after falling out of a plane while on a study trip in Madagascar.
Alana Cutland, 19, fell from the Cessna-style light aircraft high above the paradise Indian Ocean Island about ten minutes after take-off.
Police say tragic Alana, from Milton Keynes, Beds., plunged to her death into the wild Savannah below.
Cops and locals have been trying to find her body, but fear they will never find her due the remote location which is teeming with carnivorous wild animals.
Crime writer Alafair Burke, from New York, tweeted the clip, which shows a passenger using his bare feet to scroll through in-flight entertainment. Many were left horrified by the video.
Twitter has gone wild after a clip of a plane passenger using his bare feet to swipe through the in-flight entertainment went viral.
Crime writer Alafair Burke, from New York, shared the clip on Twitter last night, which shows an unidentifiable man resting his bare feet on the partition in front of him and using his toes to swipe through in-flight entertainment.
Seemingly undecided on what he would like to watch, the man pointed his toe and scrolled through the selection of films before resting it on the partition again.
The clip, which has now been viewed over 4.2 million times, has sparked horror for many viewers, with some taking to Twitter to shame the man.
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