Doha-based Qatar Airways recently announced its plan to launch flights between Doha and U-Tapao Rayong-Pattaya International Airport in response to increased customer demand for services to Thailand.
According to reports, an Iranian passenger aboard the flight discovered from her husband's phone that he was having an affair and resorted to unruly behaviour. Hell hath no fury like a woman cheated, especially if she happens to be tipsy and 37,000 feet above ground when discovering this shocker from the man she loves.
An official at India's Central Industrial Security Force said: "On November 5, at about 10 am, Qatar Airways flight QR-962 was diverted to Chennai". The cabin crew and people on board tried to calm her down but she did not listen. However, when the situation went out of control, the pilot reportedly made a decision to divert the flight to Chennai and off load the woman, her husband and their child.
After the woman sobered up enough and the family was deemed to not be a security threat, the family was put on another plane.
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She unlocked her sleeping husband's phone and found out that he had been cheating on her, reported the Times of India.
Qatar Airways' Chief Commercial Officer Ehab Amin said they were happy to have started the flights and that these flights will improve relations between Adana and Qatar.
"They were sent to Kuala Lumpur by Batik Air flight 6019 for further travel to Doha", the source said. The airlines authorities refused to comment on the situation and termed it as a case of passenger privacy.