Brawl erupts on Wizz Air plane after drunk British tourist refuses to sit down, making plane abort landing
Several British tourists have been arrested after a Wizz Air plane from Luton was forced to abort its landing at Budapest.
The Airbus A320, with around 170 passengers and crew on board, was almost at the end of its two-hour journey.
Flight 2208 was on its final approach to Ferihegy airport on the outskirts of the Hungarian capital when an unruly passenger left his seat in the middle of the cabin and went to the back of the aircraft, apparently to use the toilet. Continue reading Wizz Air Plane forced to abort landing at Budapest after brawl erupts
Ireland’s main aircraft lessors have had at least 224 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft delivered or are on order, figures compiled by The Irish Times show.
The relatively new aircraft type has recorded two fatal crashes since its entry into service, including that of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 and Lion Air flight 610.
Dublin-headquartered SMBC Aviation Capital appears to be the biggest owner of MAX 8s that operates out of the Republic, with five owned, three managed and about 110 committed. The company recently delivered one to Icelandair, and in December signed a deal with US budget carrier Southwest for 12 MAX 8s in a sale and leaseback agreement. Continue reading UK: At least 224 Boeing 737 MAX 8s owned or ordered by Irish firms
Alan Meloy, from Sheffield, was peering up at the sky, from the front step of his home when he managed to photograph Air Force One.
He told CNN: ‘I literally stepped out, and I could see a trail coming towards me and thought let’s have a look at what’s on the end of that.
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