It was raining parts! An Air Canada flight taking off from Toronto to Tokyo had to make an emergency landing after parts from its engine fell to the ground, reports KHOU-TV. No one was injured during the landing.
He *didn’t* have a ticket to ride, but he didn’t care. A man who had just been released from jail managed to get onto a flight at San Diego International Airport — without a ticket, reports MSNBC. He entered the airport through an emergency door at the airport’s commuter terminal and was discovered after a flight attendant realized there were too many passengers on the plane.
You must behave on your flight! Ryan Snider was arrested when his American Airlines flight landed in Montego Bay, Jamaica, after becoming unruly during the flight, reports MSNBC. he refused to follow crewmember instructions and had to be restrained by two passengers.
No buckle, no ride. Mark Yanchak and his toddler were kicked off an Alaska Airlines flight leaving Seattle-Tacoma International Airport after the child refused to buckle his seat, reports CBS News. The father said the pilot was overreacting, but the pilot said he’d rather “deal with it on the ground than in mid-flight.”
Don’t you need a pole to pole vault? Pole vaulter Kati Davis got an unpleasant surprise when her Delta Air Lines flight arrived in Pueblo, Colo., for a major track and field event — her poles were not there, reports KOMO-TV. Davis paid $200 to check the poles, but they were lost, and she blames the airline for her poor performance. Delta did refund her$200 fee.
Interesting joy ride. A man was arrested after stealing a jeep and a motor home and crashing them both through the fence at Mississippi’s Segars Field/Iuka Airport, reports WTVA-TV. He was charged with two counts of grand larceny.