A Venezuelan is arrested for irregular behavior during a flight to Panama

A Venezuelan is arrested for irregular behavior during a flight to Panama

A man who, apparently traveling under the influence of narcotic substances, attacked a Turpial Airlines technician inside the plane that was going to Panama

Officials of the National Guard in the state of Carabobo reported that a man, identified as Exlam Jesús Moronta Arteaga, was arrested on Sunday, May 29, after he attacked a member of the crew of the Turpial Airlines plane that was flying to Panama.

According to the bulletin published by the National Guard, Moronta Arteaga was allegedly under the influence of narcotic substances when he attacked citizen Jorge Peña, a maintenance technician who was on the aircraft carrying 98 passengers to Panama City, with blows to the face. .

This incident caused what they called an “act of unlawful interference in the air”, which threatened the lives of the crew and passengers who were inside the Turpial Airlines plane. The authorities intervened and arrested Exlam Morales, as well as notifying the Public Ministry of the incident.

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According to Delmiro de Barrio’s Twitter account, Exlam Jesús Moronta Arteaga had been arrested in 2013 for being an alleged paramilitary at the facilities of the 42 Parachute Brigade in Aragua.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States had received 5,779 complaints about passenger behavior until December 21, 2021, while the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA reported in July of that same year that more than 85% of its members had faced misbehavior from passengers this year, according to a survey of nearly 5,000 members. And almost 1 in 5 received threats, reviewed the portal AARP.

Turpial Airlines is one of the airlines that provides services to Panama along with Conviasa, Estelar Latin America, Laser Airlines and Venezolana de Aviación.

On the other hand, Panama is one of the destinations authorized by the National Institute of Civil Aeronautics (INAC) to make international connections to and from Venezuela. The other destinations are Mexico, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Turkey, Bolivia and the Dominican Republic.

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