Due to a disruptive passenger, a Delta Airlines flight from Detroit to Amsterdam was diverted to Boston, according to the airline.
Just before 9:00 p.m., Delta Flight 134 was diverted to Boston Logan International Airport. On Friday, law enforcement officials boarded the plane and removed a passenger.
The airline said, “We have zero tolerance for unruly behavior on our aircraft and apologize to our valued customers and crew for experiencing this unfortunate delay in their travels.”
Although Delta did not elaborate on the passenger’s disturbance, it did say that a comparable diversion is a standard practice in such cases.
Questions regarding the event were forwarded to the state police by the Massachusetts Port Authority, which runs the airport.
The state police did not respond to a request for comment on Sunday.
With 282 passengers and crew on board, the Airbus A330-300 jet resumed its journey to Amsterdam and arrived more than three hours later.