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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 »

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 »

Malaysia Airlines plane turns back after cockpit entry bid - BBC News

A Malaysia Airlines plane has been forced to turn back to Melbourne airport after a passenger tried to enter the cockpit. Flight MH128, bound for Kuala Lumpur, returned "due to a disruptive passenger", an airline statement said. The flight landed ...and more »

Brit heroes took down man 'threatening to blow up plane in mid air' - Mirror.co.uk

Two heroic Brits were among quick-thinking passengers who tackled a man threatening to blow up a plane in mid air. The drama took place less than an hour into a Malaysia Airlines flight from Australia to Kuala Lumpur when a 25-year-old Sri Lankan man ...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 »

Plane leaving Australia forced to land over bomb scare - The Times of Israel

This photo taken Dec. 26, 2011, shows the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER that disappeared from air traffic control screens Saturday, March 8, on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. (photo credit: AP/Laurent Errera). A Malaysia Airlines flight ...and more »

Delays in unloading passengers from threatened Malaysia Airlines flight need clear explanations from police - The Sydney Morning Herald

On the face of it, the logic seems to jar with common sense. You're worried there might still be a bomb on a plane that's been forced to turn back and land after an apparent hijacking attempt. So you keep nearly 350 passengers on the plane for an hour ...and more »

Passenger's Bomb Threat Forces Plane's Return to Australia - New York Times

A Malaysia Airlines plane returned to Australia on Wednesday after a disruptive passenger, who claimed to have a bomb, attempted to enter the cockpit, the authorities said. “It is believed that the suspect is a Sri Lankan national, and that he was ...and more »

"He's trying to enter": Malaysia Airlines pilot's dramatic audio call after man 'threatened to storm cockpit with bomb' - Mirror.co.uk

This is the dramatic audio call of a Malaysia Airlines pilot after a man allegedly threatened to storm his cockpit with a 'bomb'. The 25-year-old suspect was tied up with seatbelts by heroic passengers after he sparked a disturbance less than an hour ...and more »

'I'm going to blow the f..king plane up': Passengers overpower man claiming to have a bomb on Malaysia Airlines ... - Business Insider Australia

A Malaysia Airlines plane was forced to return to Melbourne after a man who claimed to have a bomb attempted to enter the cockpit. Shortly after take-off, passengers onboard flight MH128, traveling from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur, tackled a man carrying ...and more »