[File] Why did the plane turn? Four fascinating stories

An airliner suddenly turns around and reroutes on the runway. When a technical flaw is found in a plane, the safety of the passenger is threatened, or the pilot has to make a sudden landing, such as weather deterioration, or an emergency patient in the passenger, the pilot decides to return.


An airliner suddenly turns around and reroutes on the runway. When a technical flaw is found in a plane, the safety of the passenger is threatened, or the pilot has to make a sudden landing, such as weather deterioration, or an emergency patient in the passenger, the pilot decides to return. It is very rare and unusual for an airplane to fly except for some of these reasons enough to be appreciated by anyone.

However, there are cases in which the rider has been turned off for a fascinating reason. One thing is related to a famous case that we know well, and the rest are cases from overseas. One can not be allowed to laugh.

On December 12, the famous media guardian of the UK posted an absurd article on the homepage. The title is like this. 'Saudi airliner turns around after mother forgets baby at airport'. Expression is a little awkward, but if you look at the title, do you understand what the situation is?

A woman from the Jeddah airport in Saudi Arabia on the 10th of the holiday, heading to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, urged her to return to the airport. The exact reason why the baby was left is unknown, but the woman began to stumble back that she could not fly anymore. The pilots who told the story of the female passengers through the crew requested a special return to the controller. The conversation between the pilot and the controller at that time can be confirmed through the voice file that is publicly available through YouTube.



The pilot asked the controller, "God is with us. Can you make it back?" Then, we explained how to ask for a female passenger. Then the controller who understood the situation allowed the return. Then he said, "This is the first time we've been through."

This happened in March 2015. A British airliner from London Heathrow Airport headed for Dubai. The cause of the return is the 'feces' that someone has thrown into the toilet. The crew tried to tackle the scent of excretion leaked from the toilet in the cabin, but failed, and the pilot, concerned about the "health" of the passengers, turned the rider back to Heathrow Airport within thirty minutes of takeoff. A local lawmaker in the United States, who was on the plane, told Twitter about his strange situation. Passengers returning to the airport had to wait for 15 hours before departing again.

A little further back in December 2014, the famous 'Peanut Circumstances' incident was launched. Jo Hyun-ah, the eldest daughter of Korean Air Chairman Cho Yang-ho, pointed out the service attitude of the flight attendant who did not put macadamia in the bowl, but bagged it, and brought back the airplane.

As a result of this work, the controversy over the chaebol in our society has arisen, and Joe has stepped down from his position as vice president. The case of 'Peanut Circumstance' is a regular guest appearing every time when foreign media refers to the case of the previous reversal.

In 2013, American Airlines, which departed from Los Angeles to New York, had to return because of "singing". The problem began when a female passenger began singing the song "I Will Always Love You" by famous pop singer Whitney Houston.

The crew asked them to stop the song for other passengers, but the passenger eventually refused to stop the song. The pilot made an emergency landing at Kansas City Airport instead of New York to get ridiculous and selfish passengers off the plane. What happened to the women after arriving at the airport? I was handcuffed by the US Air Force Sheriff who was waiting for my report and was finally detained.

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