Police have been called to Ryanair between reports of an "annoyance traveler" on Manchester to Gran Canaria
- The pilot called for help while he was on his way
- The civilian guard of the Spanish island boarded the plane when it landed
- It is not yet clear what happened on the flight that had landed last night
- It comes after a report in which the British are labeled as the worst passengers
The police were called to Ryanair from Manchester, after touching a traveling passenger in Gran Canaria.
The pilot turned to help while FR3803 was on the move.
It is understood that the Civil Guard boarded the plane when it landed shortly before 23:00 local time yesterday.
The "Passing Passenger" on a flight from Manchester to Gran Canaria saw the police last night when they arrived
Spanish air traffic controllers defined the flight when they said: "The flight coming from Manchester to Gran Canaria required a police presence when it touched an anxious passenger."
It was not immediately clear what happened on the ship.
The usual procedure is that heavy passengers are withdrawn from the plane when they land and identify, so that the Spanish Aviation Safety Agency can send a report on the amount of the fine. They are rarely officially arrested.
It comes according to data published in June by the Spanish Aviation Safety Agency, which has shown that there are more incidents involving the British for penalties for misconduct on board aircraft than any other country.
Last year, the Hungarian agency responsible for penalizing troubled passengers identified by the police at the Spanish airports was informed of incidents involving 862 passengers.
Great Britain, with 264, won a gold medal for bad performance against Spain at 203, and third in Germany – 61.
The civilian guard on the Spanish island (in the picture) yesterday boarded the plane when it landed just before 23:00 local time.
The next list of shame was Italy at 32, Ireland was 30, followed by France – 25.
The Agency, the national airline agency for Spain and a part of the State Ministry of Development, also revealed that 729 people were punished in the period from 2017 to the end of March this year, just over 517,000 pounds.
The British are at the top of the list of shame for 2017.
Behavior considered "inappropriate" on the airplane can result in fines of up to GBP 4 456, even though passenger problems are also affected by the cost of flight redirection caused by their irregularity or violence.
This year, British tourists have been involved in a number of incidents on board aircraft that led to Spain, which has led the police to withdraw them.
On June 14, Civil Guard guards called on the easyJet flight from London, Stansted, when he touched the Ibiza after a group of tourists caused problems.
Passengers on the plane said that one who was towed refused his name and yelled "p *** y" to the woman who was complaining about him.
The incident happened on EasyJet EZY3044 from London Stansted to Ibiza.
On May 25, a group of drunken Britons who went to Benidorm shot a beer from a funeral on Ryanair – with a clear stewardess encouragement.
Men treated airplanes as a nightclub when on rare films they shot at a beer bongo in incredible scenes on a morning flight from London Stansted to Alicante.
One boy was shot on his back in the passage when his innocent colleagues poured the contents of two beer cans into the funnel at the top of the plastic tube that he inserted into his mouth, and laughed as he spilled over.
An extraordinary flight attendant, who apparently tried to calm the men, seemed to encourage them when one of the drunks asked her, "Can you hold it?"
She seemed to have told them that this was "ok" on a broken English before she disappeared from the camera.
"That's fine": Ryanair's flight attendant tells drunkards what they are doing in order and even raises their thumbs. The men saw how the beer in the mouth was traveling after a flight from London Standsted to Alicante
The police were not called on the plane when it touched the Alicante airport.
Two days later – on May 27 – the police in Mallorca called for a Jet2 plane to drive a group of drunken British men after landing at Palma Airport in Edinburgh.
Jet2 spokesman said: "Because of the disruptive behavior of more passengers on our flight from Edinburgh to Palma, we made a decision to call the Guardia Civil in Mallorca to help disembark passengers.
"As a family-friendly airline, we will not tolerate inappropriate behavior towards our clients and staff. We are currently working with the relevant authorities in Spain.
Spain is the most important destination for British tourists, since every year the country visits about 18 million people from the United Kingdom.