Former U.S. Sen. Alfonse D’Amato was kicked off a JetBlue flight when he complained about the airline’s service.
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VIDEO Of American Airlines Pilot Takes Down Drunk Passenger Who Shoved Female Flight Attendant On Plane American Airlines Pilot Takes Down Drunk Passenger Who Pushes Flight Attendant pilot takes down unruly passenger
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(Reuploaded from ASDNEWS3) Shocked passengers filmed a woman’s furious reaction as she dashes to open a plane door at the gate, after learning she has missed her flight. Two separate videos show the passenger forcing her way through security and trying to open the Air Asia plane door. The incident was captured at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, and shows the female even attempting to kick security guards after being turned away from AirAsia flight AK380 bound for Jakarta. The airline have told MailOnline Travel that the passenger was Chinese, and was handed over to the police for further questioning. The aircraft door was closed and was waiting air traffic clearance for push back. The first video shows two security officers try and pull the woman away from the door, as she shouts, ‘why are you going for me, tell me, why.’ ‘It’s my flight, you have no right, okay,’ she continues. The passenger is then filmed aiming a kick at one of the officers, before she says that they ‘have to open’ the door for her. The second video then shows how it took four men and one woman to drag the irate passenger away from the plane entrance, and out of the restricted area. The security door is then closed, but the woman is still furious that she was denied boarding the plane. ‘Why are you going for me, why, why,’ she rages. ‘I have a ticket.’ One of the female security officers responds: ‘Yes you have a ticket, but you are scheduled to be at the gate.’ 'It is supposed to wait for me,’ adds the passenger. The person who posted the videos, Xiaohong Xiaohong, tagged them by writing: ‘Comments and share so that unreasonable passengers should be banned from flying with a restriction order.’ A spokesperson for AirAsia said: ‘An AirAsia passenger was late for her flight and turned aggressive towards airline staff, AVSEC police, and airport authority’s staff when denied boarding. ‘A police report has been lodged on the same day with regard to the incident.’
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Unruly passenger is removed from Southwest Flight 1552 after acting belligerent to passengers and crew. Apparently a retired cop, he made threatening remarks and references to a gun. After only 20 minutes in the air, the captain and crew elected to return to Islip to deal with him. The video shows his removal only.
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Former New York Senator Al D'Amato was kicked off a Monday night JetBlue flight after complaining about the pre-take off delay at Fort Lauderdale airport, according to witnesses. D'Amato reportedly became upset, as many other passengers were, after the flight that was initially supposed to depart just after 1:30 p.m. was delayed six separate times until 6:30 and when passengers actually boarded there was an additional delay, according to a passenger on the flight.
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You may have seen on social media the video where a Liberal Lunatic harassed a Trump supporter on an Alaska Airlines flight, well, that lady, along with her shamed husband, were removed off that flight, by police. She is shown being escorted down the isle while passengers chant U.S.A. U.S.A U.S.A. Being the Tolarent Liberal she is, turns and gives the finger to everyone on the flight. Alsaska Airline: https://www.facebook.com/alaskaairlines/ Milo Courtsey: https://www.facebook.com/myiannopoulos/ Video 1 Courtsey: https://www.facebook.com/scott.koteskey https://www.facebook.com/scott.koteskey/videos/10155758661609922/ Video 2 Courtsey https://www.facebook.com/steve.sanelli https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=827129807424916&id=423006854503882 Want to help support our channel? We are garnering patrons to help us become a better alternative news reporting outlet. Click the link for more information: https://www.patreon.com/PropagandaMachine Fair Use Disclaimer: § 107 . Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use40 Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. https://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107
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Ivanka Trump appeared rattled after a belligerent passenger accosted her on a commercial flight, telling her: "Your father is ruining the country." JetBlue removed the passenger, lawyer Dan Goldstein, before the flight took off from New York's JFK Airport bound for Hawaii Thursday morning. Ivanka was sitting coach and traveling with her husband, Jared Kushner, and other family members. Goldstein's spouse, college professor Matthew Lasner, tweeted a play by play of the confrontation.
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They often make me laugh when this happens, but this one did it more than most! (C) Sky, ITV 2002
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FARGO, N.D. (KVLY/KXJB) -- A woman is behind bars, after pleading guilty to resisting arrest -- following an angry outburst on an Allegiant Airlines flight. A prosecutor told a judge that Allison Johnson kicked an officer, attempted to kick another, and when she was placed into a police car car she tried to kick out the windows. Johnson says she doesn't remember getting arrested Wednesday night. "I am sorry, I apologize to everyone, I wouldn't want to hurt anyone, it's not me to act like this, it's the alcohol," she told the judge. But she's potentially facing more charges for what wound her up in that cop car. According to an eyewitness, "This woman got up and went to the back of the plane and two of the attendants tried to talk to her to get her back into her seat, and this woman grabbed one of the attendant's arm, and one of the other attendants, the second attendant, asked her to let go and please go back to her seat, and she let go, and with an open hand slapped the second attendant in the face." The plane hadn't taken off yet, so the pilot turned around to drop Johnson off. "One of the fight crew had said to me, yeah we have to get her off, because we don't know what she's capable once we get in the air," the witness said. In court she was a completely different person. "I'm not like this at all, I'm so embarrassed, and I am so sorry," she told the judge. Passengers say the assault cost them an hour of travel time. Since pleading guilty to resisting arrest, Johnson will spend a few days in jail, pay a fine, and is required to get a chemical evaluation. Johnson could face additional charges, such as simple assault or disorderly conduct.
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This Vietnam War Veteran was removed from this U.S. Airways flight on 31 Aug 13. This man was 100% disabled and was accompanied by a Golden Retriever service dog. The reason this man was removed was because the airline wanted the dog to lay on the floorboard by the mans feet for takeoff and landing and the dog was sitting in the seat. The mans protest was understandable because being a small CRJ aircraft and the dog being full size it was hard for the dog to fit on the floor between the seats.The dog was behaving beautifully while seated in the seat and not bothering anyone. After the man was escorted off of the airplane the police officer came on board (not shown in the video) and said to the people on board the aircraft "Folks we are going to see how you feel the situation was handled. Do you think it was right for this man to be escorted off of this aircraft?" The individuals on the airplane replied with a thunderous (shaking me in my seat as I yelled) NO!!! My arguments.... 1) Parents are allowed to hold their children unbuckled in their lap for take off so why shouldn't this man be allowed to hold on to his working dog for take off? (The Government gives veterans with PTSD service dogs that are trained to help calm the veterans in stressful situations). 2) The airlines policies should be written to act as a guide and not a hard and fast rule. I am a pilot myself and to my knowledge the FARs do not prohibit an animal from sitting in a passengers seat.(Ref: FAR 135.85). As you can see in the video this man stands up and apologizes to the passengers on board while waiting for the police to arrive. My opinion is that U.S. Airways needs to re-visit their "policies" and reimburse this man his money at the minimum.