The long trip from San Francisco to London became even longer for nearly 400 passengers on a British Airways flight after the plane had to make an emergency landing when dozens of passengers and crew members became ill. [More]
There are troublesome airline passengers, and then there are those who take bad behavior to whole new heights. Allegedly. According to authorities, Conrad Hilton, the grandson of the Conrad Hilton who started a hotel empire, interfered with flight crew on a British Airways flight. He allegedly spewed death threats, threw punches at crew, called fellow passengers “peasants” and smoked pot and cigarettes in a plane’s bathrooms.