Lufthansa Flight: One of Europe’s largest airline companies, Lufthansa Airlines, is in the limelight due to flight disturbances. Passengers were killed due to turbulence in a Lufthansa flight from America to Germany, after which some pictures and videos came on social media, then questions were raised on the service of Lufthansa. Now the crew-members of the Lufthansa flight have asked the passengers to delete all the pictures and videos recorded on the flight.
According to media reports, the crew-members of Germany-bound Lufthansa Flight-469, which flew over Tennessee (USA) on March 1 "critical error" Had faced, has asked the passengers to delete all the pictures and videos. According to a website ‘Insider’ report, Roland Schmidt, one of the 7 passengers injured during the incident, told that during the flight the plane came down with strong tremors, due to which the food and other belongings of the passengers kept in the plane were completely destroyed. flew into the cabin.
During the flight, there were strong tremors in the plane
Passenger Rolanda Schmidt said that when the first blow occurred, her head hit the plastic tray table on the front seat. Once the plane was stable and began to accelerate, Rolanda Schmidt jumped out of her seat and then hit her head on the roof of the plane.
According to Rolanda Schmidt, several passengers videoed the incident. Had recorded, which came to know the crew-members of the flight. To avoid defamation of the company, the crew members of the flight asked all the passengers to delete the pictures and recorded videos taken from their mobiles.
Due to not being defamed, the flight attendant said – delete the video!
Rolanda Schmidt said, "When the plane landed at Dulles International Airport to make an emergency landing, a flight attendant said on a loudspeaker that you all remove all the pictures and videos taken on your device."
Schmidt said the same flight attendant made a second announcement about five minutes later, although this time, it was intended to secure the privacy of other passengers.
Seven passengers had to be taken to hospital
On March 1, a Lufthansa plane was reportedly diverted to Washington Dulles International Airport after an in-flight disturbance and seven people on board were taken to area hospitals.
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