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Alaska Airlines flight diverted after passenger reportedly was denied access to the first class bathroom, it was a ‘difficult’: report

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Alaska Airlines pilots are not likely to be a laugh, when they have recently transferred to a cross-country flight, scheduled to travel from New York to Los Angeles, california, a passenger who allegedly tried to storm the cockpit,” and after being told that he will not be able to use the business class toilets as the coach of the bathrooms were full.

On Thursday afternoon, the Alaska Airlines flight 411 would be transferred to Kansas City, Mo., after a passenger has been identified as a Jwan Curry and started acting “aggressive” and “unmanageable,” KCTV reports.

Reportedly, Curry and angry, at the time of operation, when the request for the use of the first-class bathroom and was refused, according to CBS News.

On Thursday afternoon, the Alaska Airlines flight 411 landed early in Kansas City, Mo. after a passenger has been identified as a Jwan Curry and started acting “aggressive” and “unmanageable,” in the high heavens.
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According to the outlet, the suspect, who allegedly “tried to storm the cockpit, as well as a verbal threat to do harm to the plane,” CBS correspondent Kris Van Cleave said.

Alaska Airlines says the 41-year-old man, threatened the safety of the crew and the aircraft, according to KCTV.

Curry was then taken up, and the 737 aircraft was going to land in Kansas City with no problem at around 4 p.m.
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Curry was then taken up, and the 737 aircraft was going to land in Kansas City with no problem at around 4 p.m.

Even though the civil servants of the carrier does not immediately return a Fox News request for a comment on the story, CBS reported that they have disputed the claims that Curry tried to storm the cockpit,” stating that “we have no evidence that he attempted to breach the flight deck.”

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Reportedly, Curry and angry, at the time of operation, when the request for the use of the first-class bathroom, he was refused, as the coach was full.
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At the landing, Curry, was taken into custody by law enforcement officers and is currently being held in the Platte County jail on an investigative hold for a period of 24 hours, KCTV reports. A court date has been scheduled for release in October. 28.

Flight 411 would be safe to continue at the SCHOOL with 177 passengers and 6 crew members on board.

Flight 411 would be safe to continue at the SCHOOL with 177 passengers and 6 crew members on board.
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A spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration said on Fox News in a statement: “Alaska Airlines Flight 411, a Boeing 737, flying from JFK to LAX, diverted to Kansas City International Airport due to a passenger disturbance. The plane landed without incident at around 4 p.m. local time.

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