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Malaysia Airlines jet returns to Australia after bomb scare; passengers tie up suspect - Chicago Tribune

Police in tactical gear board a Malaysia Airlines plane in Melbourne after its return to Australia. (Andrew Leconcelli / Associated Press). Associated Press. A Malaysia Airlines plane returned to Australia after a passenger threatened to detonate a ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines plane forced to return to Melbourne after passengers tackle man in bomb threat drama - ABC Online

Heavily armed police have been called to a plane at Melbourne Airport after a man who was carrying a plastic bag claiming to have a bomb inside tried to enter the cockpit of the Malaysia Airlines flight. Flight MH128 from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur was ...and more »

Man 'claiming to have a bomb' tries to enter cockpit to 'hijack' Malaysia Airlines flight from Melbourne - Telegraph.co.uk

A Malaysia Airlines flight from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur returned to the airport 20 minutes after taking off last night after a passenger reportedly threatened to blow up the plane with a bomb. The man attacked an air hostess shortly after take-off ...and more »

Melbourne Airport on lockdown after passenger climbed into cockpit of a plane and 'claimed to have a bomb' - Scottish Daily Record

Melbourne Airport has been placed on lockdown following 'bomb claims' on a flight to Kuala Lumpur. It is understood a passenger tried to storm the cockpit of the Malaysia Airlines flight and claimed to have a bomb. The plane turned around and returned ...and more »

Aziz Kaprawi: MAS flight was not hijacked, just a drunk and disruptive passenger - The Star Online

PETALING JAYA: Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Seri Ab Aziz Kaprawi has confirmed that the "disruptive passenger" who caused flight MH128 to be redirected back to Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport was drunk. "Malaysia Airlines practises a high level of ...and more »

Passenger tried to enter the cockpit on Malaysia Airlines flight - CNN

(CNN) Australian police have defended their actions after a passenger tried to force his way into the cockpit on a Malaysia Airlines flight from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur Thursday. Just after a takeoff, a male passenger on Flight MH128 tried to enter ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines Plane Turns Back After Bomb Threat by Man Attempting Cockpit Break-In - Newsweek

Malaysia Airlines aircraft taxis on the runway at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang outside Kuala Lumpur on May 13, 2014. Samsul Said/Reuters. Share. World Australia Malaysia Airlines Melbourne Malaysia Airlines bomb scare. A Malaysian ...and more »

Appoint sky marshals to ensure safety of airline passengers - Malaysiakini

In light of the recent event where Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH128 was forced to return to Melbourne Airport after a passenger attempted to enter the cockpit, the airlines of other related agencies should consider appointing sky marshals on board ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines flight forced to land after bizarre bomb threat - Newshub

A Malaysia Airlines flight from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur was forced to turn back after a passenger claimed to have a bomb and tried to force his way into the cockpit. Flight MH128 left Melbourne on Wednesday night, but turned back only half-an-hour ...and more »

The surprising reasons you could be booted from a plane - NEWS.com.au

THERE are a whole host of reasons why you can be removed from a flight at the discretion of the cabin crew. Becky Pemberton. The SunJune 2, 20176:12pm. The surprising reasons you could be booted from a plane.Source:istock. THINK you're guaranteed to ...and more »