Alaska Airlines Flight Diverts to Denver due to Disruptive Passenger

Thursday, February 11, 2016
By George Hatcher

Alaska Airlines flight 769 made an emergency landing at Denver International Airport, Colorado, on February 9th.

The plane, heading from Logan International Airport, Massachusetts, to San Diego International Airport, California, was diverted after a drunk male passenger became aggressive and threatened the crew and other passengers.

The plane landed safely. The police officers escorted the man out of the plane.

The plane resumed the flight after a 45-minute delay.

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