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    Re: Air Rage Is All The Rage These Days

    Quote Originally Posted by Snazzy View Post
    Correct, this case is from a months ago, although it's back in the news due to the culprit being in court to hear that the case is being transferred to crown court.
    Wonder what happened to her £85,000 fine from Jet2.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Man View Post
    It's that same story from months ago.


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    Cheers, I checked after you said and found it here.



    Contrite now, but people were on an airplane heading for holiday when the flight was cut short.
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    Re: Air Rage Is All The Rage These Days

    Quote Originally Posted by Snazzy View Post
    Is it just the Brits setting an embarrassingly, stupid, reckless example with these drunken air rage incidents that appear to becoming a monthly event.

    You don’t seem to hear of this sort of thing happening in other countries around the EU on the scale of the UK. The culprits always bear the hallmarks of a Jeremy Kyle guest on his show.

    A few lowlife passengers, usually on a cheap EasyJet or RyanAir flights to Spain, blind drunk on cheap vodka bought by the bottle at the airport, and it’s either fully consumed pre-flight or probably concealed in an Evian bottle for more consumption on the plane.

    In the news today a drunken woman on a Jet2 flight tried to open the plane door in mid-air, then lashed out at the stewards until she was subdued and restrained, resulting in two RAF typhoons being scrambled and the plane returning to its origin.

    Are these people completely void of any intellect?
    I would be curious to know how many of the incidents are alcohol related.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yankintx View Post
    I would be curious to know how many of the incidents are alcohol related.
    At a guess 99%, and the remaining down to some sort of mental disorder.

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    Re: Air Rage Is All The Rage These Days

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Chaos View Post
    Wonder what happened to her £85,000 fine from Jet2.?



    Cheers, I checked after you said and found it here.



    Contrite now, but people were on an airplane heading for holiday when the flight was cut short.
    Contrite indeed.

    I have to admit, it gives me great pleasure seeing this, although with these kind of imbeciles you never know just how deep the remorse is felt.

    Ultimately if she doesn't pay the fine, Jet2 will no doubt instruct a recovery firm to retrieve what's owed, or work out a long term payment plan to pay it off.

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    Re: Air Rage Is All The Rage These Days

    Quote Originally Posted by Snazzy View Post
    I fully understand how cheap flights can be around Europe (if you book at the right time).

    Your response doesn't really address my point, of which you're missing.

    So cheap flights around Europe will detract would-be air ragers from knowing they'll be faced with a massive debt for the better part of their life if their actions divert a planes route?

    Cheap flights, wealth, or lack of it, has nothing to to with that.
    Cheap flights means access to the lesser well off, which often entails anti social types, drunks abd so on.

    Now days there is nothing preventing a guy on benefits to take a quick weekend bender to the south of Spain.

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