An Air China flight headed for Beijing made an unscheduled arrival in the focal Chinese city of Zhengzhou on Sunday after a traveler undermined a flight chaperon with a fountain pen, the nation's thoughtful avionics specialist said.
In a short proclamation on its site, the Civil Aviation Administration of China said a male traveler on Air China Flight 1350, who it didn't distinguish, endeavored to utilize the pen to hold the flight specialist "under pressure".
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Travelers and group were unharmed, the announcement stated, without giving any further points of interest.
The flight took off from Changsha, the capital of southern Hunan territory, at 8:40 in the morning furthermore, was booked to land at Beijing Capital International Airport at around 11 in the morning, as per nearby media reports and flight following sites.
However, it made the unscheduled arrival at Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport, in focal Henan region, at 9:58 in the morning, as indicated by a before post on Air China's legitimate Weibo microblog.
Air China said in the post that the plane made the unscheduled stop because of "open wellbeing reasons", and that police and common aeronautics specialists were dealing with the circumstance.
Air China secures the safety of everybody especially that situation might go worst. It could also lead in people panicking, that possibility could make the people run inside the plane while it is still flying and that could be a big mess.
It could hurt passengers, outbalance the driving, and make everyone at risk.
Gladly the Air China personnel made a wise decision to land for life is important, and arriving to destination can be changed anytime.