A Transavia Airline was forced to make an emergency landing when a fight broke out. The flight was travelling from Dubai to Amsterdam Schipol.
Apparently, an altercation occurred over one passenger’s alleged refusal to stop breaking wind. Even after repeated requests from a passenger seated next to the accused, the flatulent passenger continued passing wind. Other passengers have also accused that the crew of the budget airline did not assist in resolving the matter, which then led to a fight between the two individuals.
The decision was then made to divert the aircraft for an emergency landing at Vienna Airport after the passengers involved in the fight outright refused warnings from both the crew and the pilot were ignored. Local police then boarded the aircraft and escorted two women and two men off the plane. The four passengers were later released without charge, though all have been banned from travelling with Transavia Airlines.
A statement released by the airline said: “Our crew must ensure a safe flight. When passengers pose risks, they immediately intervene. Our people are trained for that. They know very well where the boundaries are. Transavia is therefore square behind the cabin crew and the pilots.”
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