A plane passenger aboard a domestic flight in Japan was removed from the aircraft because he did not want to wear a protective mask.
A Thai Airways cabin crew member restrained a Chinese female passenger with a headlock after the latter allegedly coughed on another flight attendant on purpose.
The scene, which was caught in a now-viral video, took place on Flight TG664 from Bangkok to Shanghai on March 6.
A Canadian man recently forced an emergency landing after jokingly announcing on a flight that he might have been infected with the deadly coronavirus.
The prankster, identified as James Potok, was arrested immediately after his attempt at social media fame.
Japan Airlines has found a solution for travelers who aren’t too fond of crying babies aboard a plane.
On its website, Japan Airlines recently announced that they have devised a way to let passengers know where pre-booked parents with infants are seated when choosing a seat.
A 27-year-old man was arrested by Singaporean police for “misusing” his boarding pass at Changi Airport on August 25.
Singaporean authorities reminded the public not to misuse their boarding passes after they arrested a man who bought a ticket to walk his wife to the gate without the intention of leaving the country, according to CNN.
Some passengers on a recent China Eastern Airlines flight witnessed a shocking scene midflight when they noticed that the metal covering of the plane’s wing had fallen off.
Originally headed to Shanghai from New York City, the unfortunate travelers were forced to return to JFK International Airport on Monday due to the anomaly, Shanghaiist reports.
A pair of White women were kicked off of their flight after complaining about the presence of three other male Muslim passengers.
The incident occurred on a Thomas Cook Airlines flight from Dalaman, Turkey to Gatwick Airport, England on Friday.
A man from Taiwan and a woman from mainland China ended up becoming a couple after crossing paths on a flight that forced them to hold each other’s hands due to some turbulence.
The man, identified as Xu Zhewei, took to Facebook to share photos from his life-changing trip on July 3, sparking hope for netizens who believe in destiny.
A Korean mom on a 10-hour flight from Seoul to San Francisco is raising the bar after surprising passengers by handing out goodie bags to apologize in advance for bringing her 4-month-old baby Junwoo on board.
Dave Corona, a passenger on that flight, posted about the incredibly kind gesture on Facebook.
A Twitter user had an eventful flight after she realized that the passenger next to her was French-American actor Timothée Chalamet.
About 30 minutes into the flight, the Twitter user, Alankrutha, initiated a conversation with the person sitting next to her and said, “hey you look exactly like timothee Chalamet.”
The obese American man who harassed and traumatized EVA Air flight attendants by ordering them to wipe him after defecating has, despite being banned, successfully booked more flights with the same airline.
According to Shanghaiist via Taiwan News, the unnamed man booked a two part flight with EVA Air for May 17, which would take him from Bangkok to Taipei and finally to Los Angeles. The man has reportedly booked over 20 flights with EVA in the past; in fact, this past incident was the second such incident recorded wherein the man bizarrely harassed flight attendants to wipe his butt after using the bathroom.
A female chief purser and her crew of flight attendants at Taiwanese international airline EVA Air were reportedly left traumatized after an American passenger tried to coerce them into wiping his butt after defecating.
The chief purser, identified only by her surname Kuo, revealed in a recent press conference that the passenger made unreasonable requests from the flight’s all-female cabin crew on Saturday.