A 23-year-old woman and her 53-year-old mother should have pushed the captain to the ground and kicked. The case currently before the court in the English town of Uxbridge, as it is in an article by "20min.ch" means.
A report from the BBC, according to the Swiss machine was on 2. May 2019 from Zurich to London Heathrow flown. Apparently had a fight the 23-year-old passenger during a flight with a cabin crew because they have their strollers in the cargo space to transport just wanted to let. Reason: The Buggy is too expensive. The mother of the annoying passenger had to intervene to calm the daughter.
Later, as the plane was already landed, was the 23-Year-old again to the employees and have requested the names of those with whom they had previously spoken. She wanted to file a complaint with the airline. This prompted the pilots to come out of his Cockpit. According to the report, the young woman grabbed him, and back to the Cockpit have encountered. She was down on him, prompting her mother again to interfere, and the man to enter while he was lying on the ground. The two British women were finally led away by police from the aircraft and arrested.
Swiss confirmed incident
The captain had gone after the incident in medical treatment. His service, he had taken in the sequence.
scratches and bite marks
state attorney Arlene De Silva holds, the Pilot had worn a scratch on the face and Arm as well as a Bite mark on the upper arm thereof. The court of shots, to which the daughter says: "Why put your hands on me? Why have you hit a woman? You believe you have the Power to do so?", to which the captain replies: "I have the Power."
The Co-Pilot should have hesitated to use force to put an end to the dispute. On the question of why the captain had not shown similar restraint, referred to the Co-Pilot on a Convention to offences on Board, the so-called Tokyo Convention. This meant that the captains in your aircraft is guaranteed a certain immunity, if you assume that the safety of persons on Board is threatened. The process is still running.
Created: 04.03.2020, 14:39 PMUpdated Date: 04 March 2020, 14:02