Year Ender 2023: Exploring this year’s biggest airline mishaps

Following the Covid-19 pandemic, the United States has seen an increase in the number of air travelers. Basically, travelers are primarily concerned about their destination. However, there is also an increase in air traffic accidents due to disobedient passengers. According to Fox News, 250 recent cases of unruly flyers have been reported to the FBI in the US alone. As the year draws to a close, here’s a look back at the biggest airline accidents of 2023 that rocked the internet.

Tiffany Gomas, who went viral because of her pout on an American Airlines flight (knuckelslawncare/TikTok)

“Crazy lady from the plane”

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Tiffany Gomas, or the “crazy plane lady,” went viral after her crash on an American Airlines flight. Gomas claimed that the female passenger “isn’t real” and stated that she was “fucking off”. After the shocking outburst, she was forced to leave the plane, causing other passengers to be delayed for hours. A passenger filmed her bizarre emotional breakdown. The clip has garnered millions of views. However, Gomas later spoke about the incident on a podcast, saying she collapsed because of an “argument”.

Gospel almost kicked out Delta’s flight

Bobbi Storm was almost kicked off a Delta flight for singing a song (Instagram/Bobbi Storm) Bobbi Storm was almost kicked off a Delta flight for singing a song (Instagram/Bobbi Storm)

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Back in November, a gospel singer was nearly kicked off a Delta flight after she refused to stop singing. Singer Bobbi Storm from Detroit was told by a flight attendant after she continued to sing her latest single. The 36-year-old said she was singing “for the Lord”. In a video clip from the incident, Storm can be seen walking down the aisle saying, “I just found out I’m up for two Grammys. My first time guys.” Despite repeated requests from the flight attendant to stop singing, she continued to perform.

The off-duty pilot attempted to shut down the engines in mid-air

Off-duty pilot Joseph Emerson faces 83 counts of attempted murder for trying to shut down the engines on an Alaska Airlines flight bound for San Francisco (Facebook/ Joseph Emerson and Wikipedia) Off-duty pilot Joseph Emerson faces 83 counts of attempted murder for trying to shut down the engines on an Alaska Airlines flight bound for San Francisco (Facebook/ Joseph Emerson and Wikipedia)

Joseph Emerson, an off-duty pilot, attempted to shut down the engines on Alaska Airlines Flight 2059 in mid-air on October 22. The San Francisco-bound flight had to divert to Portland, Oregon, after Emerson pulled the fire extinguisher handles in an attempt to shut down the engines. The 44-year-old pilot received 167 charges, including 83 counts of attempted murder.

A man urinated on a passenger on an American Airlines flight

In a shocking incident earlier this year, a man on an American Airlines flight urinated on a fellow passenger while drunk. The flight was from New York to New Delhi. In light of the incident, Devesh Kumar Mahela, Deputy Commissioner of Police (IGI Airport), said legal action has been initiated for a non-cognizable offense under the Civil Aircraft Rules.

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The family sued American Airlines over the hidden camera

On Sept. 2, American Airlines faced a federal lawsuit after a male fight attendant taped a cell phone to a first-class bathroom seat to film a minor. The flight attendant told the 14-year-old girl to use the first class bathroom because “it would be faster.” However, before the girl entered, the guard told her to wait until he washed his hands.

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