Malaysia Airlines Bomb Terror - Asia Cruise News

Passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines flight 128 from Melbourne to KL have subdued a passenger who tried to enter the cockpit just after takeoff off from Melbourne Airport last night. The passenger from economy class jumped up just after take-off and ...

Malaysia Airlines plane returns to Melbourne after midair bomb threat - The Australian

Authorities are investigating an attempted aircraft hijacking after a passenger claiming to have an explosive device was detained for allegedly threatening to enter a Malaysian Airlines cockpit as it left Melbourne overnight. Passengers were forced to ...

Passengers tackled man who 'threatened to blow up Malaysia Airlines Flight MH128' - The Sydney Morning Herald

A man who allegedly attempted to enter the cockpit of Malaysia Airlines flight MH128 while threatening to blow up the plane was carrying a large black device that had several aerials protruding from it, according to a passenger on the flight. "I've ...

Passengers tackle man who tried to enter cockpit on Malaysia Airlines flight MH 128 to Melbourne - The West Australian

Passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines flight 128 from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur have tackled a passenger who tried to enter the cockpit just after takeoff last night. The passenger from economy class jumped up just after take-off and claimed he had a bomb.

'I'm going to blow the plane up' - Chinchilla News

The suspect was tackled and tied up by passengers and crew after he allegedly tried to storm the cockpit of a Malaysia Airlines plane. Picture: Supplied. Popular Stories. Illoura Village residents are having a grand old time · WATCH: BOM shocked as ...

Passengers prevent man from blowing up plane - TheCable

Heroic Malaysia Airlines passengers tackled a man who tried to storm the cockpit of a plane armed with a “detonator”. Dramatic pictures captured on board flight MH128 show how the man was tied down when he was restrained shortly after the plane took ...

Malaysia Airlines flight turned back to Melbourne after 'threatening' passenger tried to enter cockpit - The Sydney Morning Herald

A late night Malaysia Airlines flight was turned back to Melbourne Airport shortly after take-off following a security incident involving a "disruptive" and "threatening" passenger who tried to enter the plane's cockpit while carrying an unidentified ...