'Help, Help, Help': MH128 Passengers Tackled Drunk Passenger Who Tried To Break Into Cockpit - malaysiandigest.com

SINGAPORE: A passenger on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH128 told of how he and other passengers helped overpower a man who tried to break into the plane's cockpit on Wednesday night (May 31). The red-eye flight had left Melbourne Airport for Kuala ...

Live stream: Flight MH128 suspect only just released from psychiatric facility - 9news.com.au

A Sri Lankan national living in the Melbourne suburb of Dandenong has been identified as the man allegedly responsible for a bomb scare on a flight from Melbourne. The man allegedly tried to enter the cockpit while claiming to have a bomb shortly after ...

Malaysia Airlines pilot distress call after bomb scare - Daily Mail

Dramatic audio recordings have captured the terrifying moment the pilot of MH128 was forced to call air traffic control after a man threatening to blow up the plane with a bomb tried to force his way into the cockpit. 'We have a passenger trying to ...

Malaysia Airlines Jet Diverted in Australia Over Bomb Scare - U.S. News & World Report

Police say a Malaysia Airlines plane has been forced to return to an Australia airport after a mentally-ill passenger threatened to detonate a bomb and attempted to enter the cockpit. | May 31, 2017, at 8:47 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google ...

Passengers share terrifying moments after MH128 was diverted - The Star Online

A passenger, who appeared to have been drunk, was overpowered by the plane's crew after he allegedly tried to blow up the plane. MELBOURNE: Passengers told of some 90 minutes of onboard drama after a Malaysia Airlines flight was forced to return to ...

Passenger on Malaysia Airlines flight arrested after bomb threat - Xinhua

MELBOURNE, June 1 (Xinhua) -- A Malaysia Airlines flight bound for Kuala Lumpur was forced to return to Melbourne on Thursday after a passenger who claimed to have a bomb tried to enter the cockpit. Flight MH128 turned around when a 25-year-old man ...

Aviation expert Neil Hansford, says the MH128 suspect shouldn't have made it onboard - 3AW

An aviation expert says the man whose bomb threats caused mayhem on a Malaysia Airlines plane near Melbourne should never have made it onto the plane. Neil Hansford, Chairman of Strategic Aviation Solutions, told Ross and John a “nanny state” ...

'We could see them outside': Malaysia Airlines passengers waited 90 minutes for police to storm plane - The Sydney Morning Herald

Passengers on board the Malaysia Airlines flight turned back to Melbourne after a man made a bomb threat have spoken of their ordeal and the long wait for police to storm the plane. A 25-year-old man from Dandenong is in custody after he allegedly ...

Police storm Malaysian plane after passenger 'bomb threat' - Yahoo Singapore News

Armed police stormed a Malaysia Airlines flight which was forced to return to Melbourne after a passenger tried to enter the cockpit claiming he had a bomb, officials said Thursday. Passengers told of fearing for their lives, but Malaysian Deputy ...

Malaysia Airlines flight returns to Melbourne after passenger tries to enter cockpit - InterAksyon

KUALA LUMPUR/SYDNEY — A Malaysia Airlines flight from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur returned to the Australian airport shortly after takeoff late on Wednesday after a passenger attempted to enter the cockpit, authorities said. Passengers and crew on ...

Passengers on flight prevent screaming man from reaching cockpit - The Comeback (blog)

This is a developing story, so it's possible more details will emerge shortly, but from reports, it sounds like something could have gone very wrong on a flight from Australia to Kuala Lumpur. Shortly after takeoff, a man apparently began running down ...

Passengers waited 80 minutes for police - SBS

Passengers on a Malaysia Airlines flight forced to land over a bomb threat say they waited for 80 minutes on the tarmac before police boarded. Source: AAP. 1 Jun 2017 - 9:18 AM UPDATED 1 HOUR AGO ...

A Malaysia Airlines Flight Was Turned Around After A Man Tried To Enter The Cockpit - BuzzFeed News

The plane had travelled only four kilometres from Melbourne airport when the man shouted that he had a bomb, police said. Posted on May 31, 2017, at 4:15 p.m.. Gina Rushton. BuzzFeed News Reporter, Australia. Share On facebook Share · Share On vk ...

Malaysia Airlines plane turns back after 'bomb threat' - THE BUSINESS TIMES

A Malaysia Airlines flight was forced to return to Melbourne airport Wednesday after a passenger tried to force his way into the cockpit claiming he had a bomb, officials said. PHOTO: MEDIACORP. [SYDNEY] A Malaysia Airlines flight was forced to return ...

Hour of terror on Malaysia Airlines 128 - Yahoo7 News

11.34pm - A man screams he has a bomb and tries to enter the cockpit. He's restrained by passengers. Pilot turns the plane around. 11.41pm - The plane lands safely at Melbourne. Other flights were diverted to other airports, including Avalon and ...

Security probe after plane scare: minister - Yahoo7 News

Airport security will be reviewed after a man threatened to blow up a Malaysia Airlines flight from Melbourne, the federal government has confirmed. Transport Minister Darren Chester says the advice from police is the incident after take-off later on ...

Unruly passenger forced return of Malaysia Airlines flight to Melbourne (video) - The Rakyat Post

A Kuala Lumpur-bound Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight was forced to turn back due to a disruptive passenger. The flight had left Melbourne airport at 11.11pm (Australian time) and returned to the airport, about 30 minutes later. In a statement last night ...

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

Police and security officials are under pressure to fully explain a lengthy delay in apprehending a man accused of staging an attempted airline hijacking at Melbourne. Police are refusing to say how long passengers caught in the overnight hijacking ...

Overnight flight forced to make U-turn after passenger allegedly tries to enter cockpit - KTIC

(MELBOURNE) — A Malaysia Airlines plane bound for Kuala Lumpur Wednesday was forced to return to Australia's Melbourne Airport after a passenger allegedly attempted to enter the cockpit, local authorities said. The airline's MH128 aircraft departed ...

While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, June 1 edition - The Straits Times

A Malaysia Airlines flight from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur returned to the Australian airport shortly after take off late on Wednesday after a passenger attempted to enter the cockpit, authorities said. Passengers and the crew of Flight MH128 had to ...