Hawaii flight escorted after Turkish Man Brawl

Hawaii flight escorted after Turkish Man Brawl

Two US military fighter jets were scrambled to escort an American plane into Honolulu International airport on Friday. Hawaii flight escorted after Turkish Man Brawl, officials of the airlines has said.

Hawaii flight escorted after Turkish Man BrawlThe type of disorderly behaviour was not disclosed straightway by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), whether it was a civilian or military plane, but the local media reported that a passenger in the plane, Turkish were trying to force into the cockpit of the flight no 31 destined to Honolulu.

The plane departed Los Angeles, the man was taken under control after off-duty policeman stepped into this matter including other passengers in the aircraft. Despite the incident, the flight was landed in the airport at 11:35 a.m. Hawaii local time and police reported no injuries.

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At a news conference in Honolulu, FBI investigation officer Paul Delacourt said, “a Federal complaint were prepared to charge Turkish national Anil Usknil.” Reply to a reporter question, Mr Delacourt said, “his motivation was unclear.”

The man has been detained as per Los Angeles International Airport Police and questioned, then he was released just after hours of his arrest.

Mr Usknil claimed he had a legitimate boarding pass, had security screening but he was lost his way because of too much drink.

Because Anil didn’t pose any public drunkenness, he was released and escorted to the street in front of the airport terminal building.