The passenger who tried to open a plane door during the flight, was jailed for 2 years

26-year-old Chloe Haynes from high Wycombe, Buckinghamshire (UK), admitted in court that he endangered the safety of the aircraft and the lives of passengers on Board, and attacked a crew member Charlie Kumba during the flight Jet2 to Dalaman (Turkey) on 22 June last year.

She tried to open the door of a passenger plane halfway during the flight, shouting: «I’ll kill you all!». The court sentenced her to two years in prison.

Passengers and flight attendants barely able to keep Chloe Haines during the incident. In addition, the air had to raise two RAF fighter jet to escort the plane back to Stansted airport.

Not enough in my opinion.

— Adam (@Aviatoradam) February 12, 2020

Haynes later said that «lost control of himself and didn’t remember what happened» after she mixed alcohol with drugs — said Prosecutor Michael Crimp.

Judge Charles Gratwick sentencing on Wednesday, said: «Those who feel trapped in the confined space of the aircraft, of course are upset, frightened and bewildered by the actions of passengers in a drunken state, threatening their lives. This is their worst nightmare.»

#chloehaines she must be banned from flying on planes for life. Forget her human rights…she is a danger to the public

— Coffeebreak (@jenks1468) February 12, 2020

Haynes cried most of the hearing of her case in the Crown court Chelmsford in Essex.

According to estimates Jet2, the incident cost the company 86 000 pounds (almost 110 000 USD).