Emergency landing Mallorca: search Spanish police for passengers who fled plane

(CNN) — Spanish authorities have 12 . arrested people who were part of An group of 21 passengers die fled a plane after it had to make an emergency landing at Palma airport on the Balearic Island of Majorca, Spain, stands news agency EFE reports.
The incident took place on an AirArabia flight from Morocco to Turkey, die was diverted to Palma on Friday due to medical emergency.

According to EFE one of the detained passengers pretended to be in a diabetic coma to escape of 20 others people. When the plane landed, group fled the plane and ran through the tarmac, the Spaniards government deputy in the Balearic Islands, Aina Calvo, told reporters.

“It is common that we receive this kind of requests for emergency landings, when a passenger is ill and the captain decides it’s important to land. What is not common and unheard of of, is that we are 21 . see people run on the airport tarmac,’ said Calvo.

Palma de Mallorca airport was briefly closed and 13 flights were diverted before resuming operations at 11pm on On Friday, AENA, the airport authority said: on Twitter.

“Palma airport is operating normal, but the feeling is general: what happened cannot be repeated and it is necessary that the responsible authorities review their protocols to guarantee the safety of everyone,” the president of the Balearic Islands, Francina Armengol, said: in a tweet.

Daniel Zamit, a spokesperson for USCA, the Spanish air traffic controllers’ union, called the incident a “serious infringement”. of security” and said the protocols in place would be reviewed, in an interview with Spanish broadcaster TVE.

AENA and the Spanish authorities were not immediately available for comment.

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