China: Passengers upset over delayed flight open emergency exits, takeoff aborted

Posted on January 11, 2015 • Filed under: China, Travel Aviation reported…Upset by a delayed flight, at least two Chinese passengers decided to open emergency exit doors in protest as the plane was taxiing, forcing it to abort takeoff and landing them in jail instead, police said Sunday. The latest in a growing number of air rage cases involving Chinese travelers happened in the early hours of Saturday morning in the southwestern city of Chengdu, after the China Eastern flight was delayed by a snow storm. Read Article

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