A plane returning to its starting point is not rare information. But this time the case is worth mentioning. An audio recording of a conversation between the pilot and air traffic control revealed the reason for the plane’s sudden rollover over central Virginia. “It’s just a matter of biohazard,” the pilot said.
A not ordinary medical emergency
Footage has emerged of the onboard medical emergency that forced a Delta Airlines jetliner to return to Atlanta just two hours after it began its flight to Spain. For those who are too sensitive, please move on to the next article.
The senior purser said she had been flying for 25 years and had never experienced anything like this.
According to reports, a passenger got up about 15 minutes after takeoff. At first, people thought someone just had smelly gas. Unfortunately, other passengers had the same problem. More than 20 rows of passengers suffered from diarrhea at the same time. Imagine how the seats ended up! The cabin crew did their best not to create panic. The flight attendants handed out paper and tried to reduce odors by spraying the floor with disinfectant products. But the smells were unbearable.
The return was necessary
The plane was met on the ground by emergency vehicles who removed the passenger from the plane before it was cleared. Despite everything, the people remained calm. The airline brought snacks and bottled water. Passengers who suffered from diarrhea were treated.
A cleaning crew at work
Maintenance crews spent five hours cleaning the Delta Airlines Airbus A350 after its forced early landing, including replacing an aisle carpet damaged in the incident. The soiled seats have been cleaned.
Eight hours late
The passengers, including one suffering from diarrhea, were allowed to reboard after an eight-hour delay.
“Our teams worked as quickly and safely as possible to get our customers to their final destination. We sincerely apologize to our customers for the delay and inconvenience to their travel plans,” the statement said.