St Petersburg - Moscow flight cancelled after two passengers fight for seat

A flight from St. Petersburg to Moscow could not leave Pulkovo airport on Tuesday evening due to a fight between two passengers over their seating, according to a report by the TASS news agency, citing sources in the transport department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the North-West Federal District.

"According to preliminary information, two passengers on the plane Moscow - St. Petersburg did not want to sit next to each other and the plane had to go back to the terminal. They had a scuffle," said the representative of the department.

She added that the plane did not have time to take off. Currently, both citizens have been taken to the police department, they are being questioned about the incident.

commonspace.eu with TASS (Moscow).

 

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