SEOUL, South Korea (AP)– A guest opened a door on an Asiana Airlines flight that later on landed securely at a South Korean airport Friday, airline company and federal government authorities stated.
Some individuals on board attempted to stop the individual from unlocking however it was ultimately opened partly, the Transport Ministry stated.
The airplane with 194 individuals was heading to the southeastern city of Daegu from the southern island of Jeju. The flight is usually about an hour, and the length of time the door was open wasn't instantly divulged.
Authorities apprehended the unknown individual who unlocked, the airline company stated.
Their intention wasn't instantly understood.
The guests consisted of teenage professional athletes who prepare to go to track and field competitors in Ulsan, another southeastern city.
The event frightened some guests however nobody was hurt, though some guests were evaluated at a medical facility, Asiana and Transport Ministry authorities stated.