A Delta flight from Los Angeles to Nashville, Tennessee, has landed in Albuquerque. New Mexico on friday afternoon After a passenger tries to break into the cockpit
The “stubborn” man tried unsuccessfully to lock the cockpit on Delta Air Lines Flight 386, but other passengers and crew tried to detain him. said the airline
Video taken on board the plane showed a zip-up, shoeless man surrounded by passengers and crew. As he repeated over and over: “Stop this plane!” He was finally picked up and dragged to the back of the plane. which was redirected to Albuquerque International Sunport
“The plane landed safely and the passengers were removed by the police and the FBI. He is now in custody,” Delta said in a statement.
no one was hurt and the FBI is investigating the incident.
Delta Flight 386 landed at Albuquerque Sunport at 2:13 p.m. local time. According to flight tracking data, Frank Fisher, an FBI spokesman in Albuquerque. It confirmed that the agency had responded to reports of planes diverting to the city’s airport. But said there was no threat to the public. He said no other information was immediately available.
ABC’s KOAT in the reporting area no one was hurt other passengers All will continue their journey to Nashville.
Friday’s incident is just the latest in a series of reports of passengers misbehaving on the plane. due to increased travel after the pandemic