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The man-made the strange and risky choice to open the door while the jet was coming down to
the South Korean city of Daegu, around two to three minutes before landing. According to a
spokeswoman for the airline, the emergency exit was opened when passengers as well as crew
members were about 200 metres above the earth, as reported by The Independent.
Fortunately, no one was critically injured during the incident, but nine individuals had to be sent
to a local hospital because they were having respiratory problems as a result of the terror the
opening plane door produced. Brief of the Issue On an Asian Airlines flight in South Korea, a male passenger unlocked the emergency exit door while the aircraft was in flight. The scary moment, when
a violent wind blast caused everything to blow around inside the plane and caused passengers to fear, is captured on film by one of the passengers.
The person was stopped numerous times before being taken into custody by airport police. It is unknown why the person opened the door, and his true nature has yet to be made public. Up to 10 years in prison are possible as a punishment for opening a door aboard a plane. An investigation regarding the incident has been started by the airline. Was there a flight-related injury?
Although the jet landed safely, 12 passengers experienced minor ailments such as breathing difficulties and excruciating ear discomfort. They were brought to a neighbourhood hospital. The flight travelled from the southern peninsula of Jeiu to Daegu, which normally takes just over an hour. The event occurred aboard the 194-passenger aircraft while it had been landing at a height of about 700 feet. Young students on ways to get to a field and track meet made up some of the passengers.
One of the pupils’ parents reported that “the children were trembling, sobbing, and terrified.” The man is currently being questioned by police on his risky behaviour, and on Saturday (27 May), police claimed the man felt suffocated and wanted to exit the plane as soon as possible. As reported by CNN’s Yonhap news agency, the man reportedly told the local police that he had recently experienced a great deal of stress as a result of losing his work. According to a statement from South Korea’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport, he is currently being investigated for breaking the Aviation Security Act and, if found guilty, may get a term of up to 10 years in prison.
A representative remarked, “It’s hard to have a normal conversation with him. “We’ll look into the
crime’s motivation and punish him.” Since then, a representative for Asiana Airlines is much When the man made the strange and risky decision to open the door, the plane was about two to three minutes away from landing and had begun to descend to the South Korean city of Daegu. An individual opened the emergency door when passengers, as well as crew members, were about 200 metres above the
earth, an airline spokeswoman told The Independent.
Thankfully, no one was critically wounded in the incident; nonetheless, nine individuals had to be
sent to a hospital nearby after having respiratory problems due to the terror the opening plane
door produced. There were 194 passengers on board, including 48 young athletes who were going to Oslan to compete in a national sporting tournament.
The people seated closest to the exit must have been the most astonished. Onboard, other people made futile attempts to stop the man from unlocking the door. At 12:40 local time, the aircraft made a safe landing at Daego Airfield with the door still open. The man, whose identity has not been made public, was later detained. He is in his 30s, and according to the authorities, he was not intoxicated at the time of his detention, according to Yonhap News.