Police have been invited to Ryanair for reporting 'a disturbing passenger' in Manchester for Gran Canaria
- The pilot called forwards while the flight was on the way
- The civilian guard of the Spanish island boarded the plane when it descended
- It's still not clear what happened on the flight that landed last night
- It comes after reports of identifying Britons as the worst passengers
The police were called on Ryanair's plane from Manchester after touching passengers in Gran Canaria who had disturbed their work.
The pilot set off for help while the FR3803 flight was on its way.
Under civilian guards, it is assumed that they boarded the plane when it landed just before 23:00 local time yesterday.
"A passenger who disturbs" on a flight from Manchester to Gran Canaria last night saw the police meet them on arrival
Spanish air traffic controllers have identified the flight, saying: "The flight coming from Manchester to Gran Canaria has demanded the presence of the police when he withdraws because of a disruptive passenger on board."
It was not immediately clear what had happened on the ship.
The normal procedure is to get troubled passengers out of the plane when landing and identifying, so the Spanish agency for safety and aviation security can send a report on the amount of the fine. They are rarely formally arrested.
This comes after the data released by the Spanish Air Safety and Security Agency in June showed that there are several incidents in which the British have hit a fine for bad air behavior than any other nationality.
The headquartered in Madrid, responsible for punishing passenger problems identified by the police at Spanish airports, was notified last year of incidents involving 862 passengers.
Britain with 264 won the gold medal for bad behavior in front of Spain at 203, and the third in Germany – 61.
Under the Civil Guard on the Spanish island (in the picture) they are deemed to have boarded the plane when it landed just before 23 hours local time yesterday.
Next on the list of shame was Italy at 32, and Ireland 30, and then France – 25.
The agency, the national aviation agency for Spain and a part of the country's Ministry of Development, also found that between 727 and 729 people had been hit by more than 517,000 pounds between 2017 and the end of March this year.
The British are at the top of the list of shame for 2017.
Behaviors considered "inappropriate" in the airplane can result in a fine of up to £ 4,456, even if the problems of the passengers are affected by the cost of redirecting flights caused by their irreversibility or violence.
This year, British tourists were involved in a series of incidents on planes that went to Spain, leading to the withdrawal of the police from the plane.
On June 14, Civil Guard officers were invited to easyJet flight from London Stansted when he came to Ibiza after a group of tourists caused problems.
Passengers on the plane said that a man who was drawn refused to give his name and screamed "p *** y" to a woman who complained about him.
The incident happened on the easyJet EZY3044 flight from London Stansted to Ibiza.
On May 25, a group of drunken Britons who went to Benidorm were filmed with a beetle on Ryanair – with the obvious encouragement of air hostesses.
Men acted like a nightclub against the plane while they were shooting at a beer bong in incredible scenes on a boat early in the morning from London Stansted in Alicante.
One young man was shot lying on the back in his passage while his fellow colleagues poured the contents of two beer cans into the funnel on the top of a plastic tube that he stuck in his mouth and shuffled with laughter when he swayed over it.
It's incredible that the air hostess who seemed to be trying to calm people, encouraged them while one of the drunks asked her, "Can you lift it up?"
She seems to have told them this is "ok" in a broken English language before she disappeared from the camera.
"This is good": Ryanair's stewards say drunk men what they are doing and even raise their thumbs. People saw a beer in their mouths on a flight from London to Alicante
The police were not invited to the plane when they landed at the Alicante airport.
Two days later – on May 27 – the police in Mallorca were invited to pull a drunken British group from the Jet2 plane after arriving at Palma Airport in Edinburgh.
Spokesman Jet2 said afterwards: "Because of the behavioral disorder of several passengers on our flight from Edinburgh to Palma, we decided to call Guardia Civil in Majorca to help disembark the passengers.
"As a family friendly family, we will not tolerate inappropriate behavior towards our clients and staff. We are currently in contact with relevant authorities in Spain.
Spain is the best destination for British tourists, with about 18 million people from the UK visiting the country every year.