An airplane passenger opened the emergency door right before takeoff
The passenger Indian budget airline IndiGo has opened an emergency door just before take-off airliner at the airport in Mumbai. About it reports TV channel NDTV.
The incident occurred on Friday, February 10. The traveler not only opened the door, but lowered inflatable sled designed for evacuation.
Major security breach in Indigo flight from Mumbai to Chandigarh;FIR against the passenger,who opened the safety door of the flight before take off. pic.twitter.com/lBwr7GE2GQ
— ANI (@ANI_news) February 10, 2017
As a result, suffered a neighbor bully who escaped with bruises. Flight attendants were notified about the incident by the aircraft commander, and that, in turn, the staff of the airport.
Opened the door, the passenger was handed over to the security service of the air Harbor and employees of the police Department. IndiGo filed a complaint against the bully. He was accused of serious violation of safety rules.
On Board were about 176 passengers. Due to an emergency flight to Chandigarh in Northern India delayed by almost two hours.
At the end of January passengers Australian airline Qantas tried to open the door to the interior of the liner while flying over the Pacific ocean at an altitude of 12 thousand meters.