Man Late for Flight Storms Tarmac to Fight His Way Onto Plane

Man Late for Flight Storms Tarmac to Fight His Way Onto Plane

Man Late for Flight Storms Tarmac to Fight His Way Onto Plane

In the short clip, the man can be seen climbing the stairs to the empty plane and attempting to open its door, first simply pulling the handle towards him and then lifting his foot next to the door to give himself a stronger pull as airport crew rush to stop him.

The man is believed to have become irate after missing his flight hours earlier.

The bearded and tattooed man responded to the news by lighting a cigarette in the no-smoking airport terminal, before suddenly charging onto the tarmac.

The man has been banned from any future Jetstar or Qantas flights and is set to face charges.

It turns out that the man's air rage was woefully misdirected - the plane he launched his assault on was actually headed to Sydney.

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"We were sitting waiting to get on the flight and people went 'oh my god, what is going on?'" a witness said.

"This man was trying to get up the stairs, he was physically fighting with the staff, punching and scratching them".

"We praise our crew for safely handling this incident and restraining the passenger until police arrived, " the airline said in a statement.

"A man was arrested as a result and is now assisting police with inquiries", she said.

According to witnesses, the man put up a fierce fight with the airport employees, two of whom were injured in the scuffle.

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Jetstar confirmed the passenger assaulted its crew and breached security access to the tarmac before staff restrained him about 9.30am.

Nine News reports that Australian Federal Police officers arrested the man and he was charged with unlawful assault of an airline employee.

"This behaviour is unacceptable and now we have positioned a direct ban on this passenger travelling on all Jetstar and Qantas flights".

A 57-year-old man was arrested Thursday morning after running onto the tarmac and attempting to force his way on a flight at Melbourne Airport, in southern Australia.

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