Police were waiting for a passenger who refused to wear the mask.
Finnair’s flight to Ivalo was delayed by about an hour on Saturday, when the passenger refused to wear a face mask on the plane.
– The plane had to turn from taxiing back to the starting point when one of the passengers unfortunately refused to follow the crew’s instructions, ie refused to use a face mask, Finnair’s Director of Communications Days Tallqvist says.
A passenger who refused to wear a face mask was removed from the aircraft. The police were against him. The news first Evening paper.
– The other passengers then made their way to Ivalo. Unfortunately, the return flight from Ivalo to Helsinki is also delayed.
In mid-February, there was also a case where a passenger refused to wear a face mask on a Finnair flight. Even then, the police were confronting a passenger traveling from Kittilä to Helsinki.
Read more: Finnair passenger refused to wear face mask on flight – police officers met in Helsinki
Later in February, the man napped nuts on a Finnair flight and refused to wear a face mask. He was banned from flying.
Read more: Finnair: No flight ban on light grounds – such a warning was given to a “nut man”
Face mask use on Finnair flights has been mandatory since May. You will not be able to fly if you do not wear a face mask when stepping on the plane. The mask can be taken off while eating and drinking, but otherwise the mask should be worn throughout the flight.
Source site www.is.fi