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Whether you’re a frequent flier, or have flown at a passenger aircraft once it is in your life, here are five things you need to know about the passenger planes.
The FBI has announced that it is the woman who managed to board a Delta Air Lines flight at Orlando International Airport with no ID or boarding pass at home last weekend, will not be charged “at this time” for her actions.
“After a review of the evidence and other factors, including the availability of civil and / or administrative procedures, we will not be pursuing criminal charges at this time,” FBI spokeswoman Andrea Aprea said in a statement on Friday, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Aprea, refused to offer any further comment.
On Oct. 5, a woman identified As Rictor was found to be seated in a seat assigned to someone else, while keeping the passengers on board a Delta flight from Orlando to Atlanta, the Network said. It is not clear how the woman managed to get on the plane without a boarding pass or ID.
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When the question is posed, how can it be illegal to board the flight, a witness said that the suspect argued with the flight crew and the police for about 45 minutes, before law enforcement officials removed her from the plane, according to WKMG-TV.
They are said to be to the left of the aircraft, the curse of the confusion of the other passengers.
The woman’s actions delayed the flight by about three o’clock, when all the passengers had to deplane and be re-screened as a safety measure, as well as via the mains.
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“After a review of the evidence and other factors, including the availability of civil and / or administrative procedures, we will not be pursuing criminal charges at this time,” an FBI spokesman said.
In response, Delta released the following statement regarding the story:
“Delta apologizes to its customers on the flight 1516 to the time delay, after a person who don’t have a ticket for that flight, it was removed from the aircraft,” a spokesman for the airline said. “The security officials are then directed to preventive rescreen of all on board. Delta is working with local law enforcement and the Transportation Security Administration for their investigation and we are conducting our own review of the property.”
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Fox News’ David Aaro contributed to this report.