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Drama as passenger attempts to open door during flight





A woman has been arrested after she tried to open the door of a passenger aircraft that was touring from London Stansted Airport to Turkey.

Chloe Haines, 26, of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, allegedly tried to open the door of a passenger aircraft halfway by a flight to Turkey, and has admitted endangering the security of an aircraft.

The incident prompted the Jet2 flight to be diverted back to Stansted Airport.

Two RAF fighter jets had been shortly deployed to satisfy the aircraft, which had been heading to Dalaman, and escort it again to Stansted, the place Haines was arrested by Essex Police upon touchdown.

On board the flight, a cabin crew member allegedly suffered scratches as she tried to forestall Haines from opening the aircraft door.


She appeared at Chelmsford Crown Courtroom on Monday (at present) the place she pleaded responsible to endangering the security of a plane and to assaulting cabin crew member, Charley Coombe.

She denied a charge of drunkenness on a plane, whereas she told the judge that she is “totally engaged” with Alcoholics Namelessa global mutual help fellowship with the acknowledged goal of enabling its members to remain sober and assist other alcoholics to cease ingesting.

Barrister Oliver Saxby, for Chloe Haines, stated there was “no query that she was drunk,” however that the cost of endangering the security of a plane was the “more different alternative.”

She was bailed to return to the court docket on January 24 for  sentencing.

Her bail circumstances embody that she doesn’t journey from any UK airport.


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