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The battle for mobile-phone powers, QantasLink pilot to turn plane around midflight: report

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Two of the passengers reportedly were arguing over a cell phone cause a plane to turn around midflight.

A QantasLink flight has to fly to Canberra, Australia, returned to Sydney and, after two passengers got into an argument. Authorities met the plane on the tarmac.

The pilot reportedly announced that all of the facts, among the passengers, will not be tolerated.
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The controversy was sparked when a passenger is denied the power of the phone when it’s off the News.com.au of the reports. An older man who was apparently slapped the phone out of the young person, the passenger in the hand.

A spokesperson for Qantas Airlines, the owner of the QantasLink regional airline, confirmed the incident.

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The flight was only about half-way to its destination when the pilot decided to turn around, one of the passengers on the flight claimed in a recent interview with the News.com.au. The passenger said: “We took off and were about halfway to Canberra, and the pilot said we were going to have to turn around and back to the future. He said he was a passenger in a contention will not be allowed to board the ship.”

The passenger who spoke to the outlet on the condition of anonymity, says that when the plane landed, “the flight attendant opened the door to the police station.”

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In a statement obtained by the News.com.au, a spokesman for the Australian Federal Police, said: “the PURPOSE of the officers was speaking with the employees, and the number of passengers, in connection with an alleged on-board of the debate, however, and no charges have been laid at this point in time. PURPOSE: to investigate the course and no further comment can be made.”

A spokesperson for Qantas Airlines would not comment further.

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