Liverpool flight to Turkey lands in Munich due to passenger behaviour | UK News


One passenger mentioned the cabin crew have been ‘very skilled and calm’ throughout the incident (Image: DPA/PA Photographs)

A flight from Liverpool to Turkey was lower quick earlier at this time as two misbehaving passengers have been dropped off in Munich to be met by German police.

After taking off from John Lennon Airport simply after 1pm, the Dalaman-bound Airbus was compelled to make an unscheduled touchdown because of the ‘disruptive’ behaviour.

Round two hours into the flight, the plane started circling over Munich earlier than it was met by police on the tarmac at round 4.20pm.

Eyewitnesses mentioned the 2 passengers left the aircraft accompanied by officers.

A few of the different individuals on board mentioned they felt ‘unsafe’ with all of the ‘drama’ happening round them.

A spokesperson from easyJet mentioned: ‘EasyJet can verify that the flight EZY3409 from Liverpool to Dalaman on 19 April diverted to Munich and was met by police attributable to two passengers behaving disruptively onboard.

‘EasyJet’s cabin crew are skilled to evaluate and consider all conditions and to behave shortly and appropriately to make sure that the protection of the flight and different passengers shouldn’t be compromised at any time.

‘Whereas such incidents are uncommon we take them very significantly and don’t tolerate abusive or threatening behaviour onboard.

‘The security and wellbeing of passengers and crew is all the time easyJet’s precedence.’

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