A “mass brawl” between passengers onboard a Ryanair “flight from hell” caused the pilot to make an emergency landing after taking off in a see

Mass brawl breaks out 30,000 feet in the sky on Ryanair, prompting emergency landing: ‘flight from hell’

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2024-07-08 10:00:06

A “mass brawl” between passengers onboard a Ryanair “flight from hell” caused the pilot to make an emergency landing after taking off in a seemingly never-ending chaotic scene ignited by a man asking to switch his seat.

The London Stansted Airport-bound flight departed from Agadir, Morocco, on Wednesday when the chaos erupted at 30,000 feet in the air, The Sun reported.

Startling video obtained by the outlet shows passengers screaming at each other from across the plane as panic-stricken airline staff try their best to calm down the unhinged travelers.

Tensions began festering before takeoff when a man in his late 20s reportedly asked a woman sitting with her daughter if he could take her seat to be with his wife and kids.

Once the plane reached its cruising altitude and the seat belt sign was turned off, the husband of the female passenger asked to move — a man in his 30s — reportedly came to his wife’s defense, triggering the mayhem.

“One of the families was part of a larger group so other passengers started to join in. Then a lady in the row behind started to have a panic attack because of everything going on. She was screaming and there were kids crying. It was like a snowball effect.”

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