The plane returned back and the two men were handed to the police. At least one man was injuried in the forehead.
Swiss International Airlines, confirmed the company's LX196 flights from Zurich to Beijing a passenger plane was forced to return two Chinese passengers on board brawl. The two men have been handed over to the police of the canton of Zurich surveyed. Video screen inside the cabin, you can see a flight attendant with a paper towel, press and hold a Chinese passenger's forehead.
Xinhua Geneva, September 3 (Reporter Wu Chen PARIS) Swiss International Airlines confirmed the company from Zurich LX196 flight an airliner flying to Beijing brawl of two Chinese passengers on the plane was forced toreturn. The two men have been handed over to the police of the canton of Zurich surveyed.
Miriam Qi Sake, Swiss International Airlines spokesman, said in an interview with Xinhua News Agency reporter phone interview, the aircraft has been located in the east of Moscow over brawl occurs. For flight safety considerations, as well as the majority of passengers may not be a Russian visa is difficult to arrange accommodation and other matters, the captain decided to return.
Qi Sake said the plane was returning after Swiss International Airlines arranged accommodation for other passengers on board, and they were scheduled to leave for Beijing in the 3rd ticket. The two Chinese passengers in airliner brawl has been handed over to the police handling of the canton of Zurich. But the Qi Sake did not disclose the specific information of the two Chinese passengers.
When a reporter asked the two Chinese passengers might be prosecuted, Qi Sake, the company is to discuss the next steps may be taken, "It also requires a process.
Swiss International Airlines officially opened in February this year, the non-stop flights between Beijing, Zurich. Flight airliner selection of models of the Airbus A340-300, carrying 219 passengers. Switzerland has now become one of the most popular Chinese tourist favorite European tourist destination. While China has replaced Japan to become Switzerland's largest travel market in Asia.