Delta: Disruptive Damsel Disgorged at Detroit

Saturday, September 11, 2010
By George Hatcher


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Contact photographer Jason Whitebird

What: Delta Airlines Airbus A320-200 en route from Detroit to Tampa
Where: Detroit Metropolitan Airport
When: September 10, 2010
Who: 138 passengers and 5 crew, one disruptive passenger
Why: Half an hour into the flight, a passenger’s disruptive behavior caused the pilot to turn the plane around and return to Detroit. The passenger was removed from the plane but she was not arrested.

However curious we are, we don’t know exactly what she was doing.

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