A Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330, operating as flight MH128 from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur May 31, was forced to turn back after a passenger allegedly said they had a bomb and attempted to force entry to the cockpit. “Emergency services were called to [Melbourne] Tullamarine Airport around 23:40 last night after a request for assistance from an airline. It is alleged that a man tried to enter the cockpit and threatened the safety of passengers and staff. The man did not gain entry to ...

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