Transavia Airlines emergency landing: Farting is something that isn't under someone's control and that exactly became was true for a passenger in a Dutch airlines flight, flying from Dubai to Amsterdam.
Transavia Airlines emergency landing: When you hear about an aeroplane making an emergency landing, reasons that probably come to your mind are technical glitches in the aircraft, sometimes even bad weather or maybe a hijack in the worst case. But, what if you get to know that the reason is none of the above but actually a passenger. A passenger who caused an outrage and an outcry. Why? Well, he was letting loose explosive farts and just would not stop! Yes! You heard it right. Farting is something that isn’t under someone’s control and that exactly became was true for a passenger in a Dutch airlines flight, flying from Dubai to Amsterdam. And what resulted after that was an emergency landing of the flight in Vienna as the other passengers couldn’t bear it! Surely, this must have been an aviation first!
The incident took place in Transavia Airlines HV6902 where two Dutchmen reportedly couldn’t bear their fellow passenger’s farting. The passenger was suffering from gas and just couldn’t stop farting, even after both the Dutchmen objected to it. The passenger was not even attempting to restrain himself, and after repeated pleas by the flight crew fell on deaf ears – the man just couldn’t stop himself from releasing the unbearable gas – an emergency erupted that could have caused an aviation disaster. After the passenger refused to stop, a fight broke out, and it is then the pilot diverted the plane to Vienna Airport, where it made an emergency landing. It, however, isn’t clear whether the passenger was suffering from any medical disorder or not.
The passengers reportedly went on a rampage and after the plane landed, the police entered the aircraft and removed four people from it. They included two women and two men who were creating a ruckus inside the flight. The women, who are sisters, are now taking the airline to court claiming they were not involved in the altercation. “We had no idea who these boys were, we just had the bad luck to be in the same row and we didn’t do anything. All I will say is that the crew were really provocative and stirred things up,” said Nora Lacchab, the woman who was removed from the flight. Meanwhile, all four passengers were released from police custody without being charged. However, all have been banned from flying Transavia Airlines in the future reported The New York Times