A British airline passenger with a severe, potentially fatal, nut allergy wasn't allowed to fly on an Aerolineas Argentinas plane after she alerted cabin crew about her condition.
"It was really scary, now that I look back on it," said a passenger who was on Delta Air Lines Flight 1516. "I want to know what her intentions were, because it just shouldn't have happened."
The woman, who appeared to be in her 50s, was detained. The incident took place Monday on a flight traveling from Wuhan city to Lanzhou.
The incident on a flight from Germany to Mexico is recorded in the monthly bulletin of the U.K.'s Air Accidents Investigation Branch.
The cancellations will impact roughly 140 daily flights.
"As soon as he became aware that police were on his trail, he tried to leave the country but fortunately we intercepted him as he boarded his flight," a detective said.
The man was removed from a Ryanair flight in Portugal over the incident in which he denies punching the attendant and said he was left injured by police and emotional.
Officials found the mysterious remains during a routine aircraft inspection.
"She kept saying she didn't want to fly with them and refused to let the plane take off with them on board," a fellow passenger said.
Small boats in the bay rushed to the aid of those aboard the aircraft, which came in to land close to the city of Ketchikan.
The passenger recalled panicking, eventually searching for a flashlight to help her open the plane's doors.
Los Angeles International Airport has seen arrests surge 166 percent since marijuana was legalized across the state of California in 2016.
The pilot initially called for an emergency landing after the passenger attempted to open the door during the flight.
The pilot reportedly ignored his colleague's recommendation that he ask for ground assistance while landing in heavy rain.
Hardeep Singh has been jailed for 12 months after admitting to attacking woman as she slept next to him on flight to England.
Video footage captured air traffic controllers telling the pilots: "This is totally a new one for us!"
"Five members of cabin crew became sick on flight, one passenger on board the flight tweeted.
The spotted python survived the 9,300-mile journey.
Some 153 people were reportedly on the plane.
Zemarcuis Scott told investigators flying a plane involved little more than pushing buttons and pulling levers.
"I am not two tons but I did just have a baby," the woman told her fellow passenger.
"If you would have see what we had to go through in the darkened plane with all window closed with no light anywhere," Trump said. "Pitch black."
U.K. Security Minister Ben Wallace said he and other officials are kept "awake at night" by the fear of Al-Qaeda staging a new attack on a plane.
The plane can be seen skidding down the street before smashing into the building and catching on fire.
An investigation has been launched.
Investigators believe the boys, aged 14 and 15, left a Wasatch Front group home this week and traveled to eastern Utah.