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1 Aug 2015
RYANAIR FLIGHT WINDOW FRAME FALLS OUT ON PASSENGER..THAT'S WHY FLIGHTS ARE CHEAP.
Holidaymaker gets the shock of his life when a window frame of the Ryanair flight he is on falls into his lap..
THAT'S WHY FLIGHTS ARE CHEAP!!!!!!
A holidaymaker was left shocked after a plane's window frame fell on to his lap as the Ryanair flight came into land.
Laurence Gibson was on board the aircraft as it came into land at London Stansted airport on Sunday.
the 37-year-old teaching assistant says he was left traumatised after
the window reveal fell on him as the aircraft touched down.
Laurence Gibson holds the loose plane
reveal, which fell into his lap when the Ryanair flight he was
travelling on came into land at London Stansted
Gibson, who was coming back from a week-long holiday in Gdasnk, Poland
with his partner Matt, said: 'It was the scariest moment of my life.
a nervous flyer as it is but this has just made it worse. As soon as we
touched down the inside of the window just fell into my lap.
'Landin is the worst part for me and I was already clutching Matt's hand before.
'I was absolutely hysterical for a while.'
Mr Gibson had paid £144 for the return flight to Poland, which took place in the first week of his summer holidays.
The flight was booked through Ryanair but was being operated by Air Explore.
Mr Gibson, who was coming back from a
week-long holiday in Gdasnk, Poland with his partner Matt, said: 'It was
the scariest moment of my life'
Ryanair say they have noted the
dislodging of the window reveal and asked the operator of the flight to
ensure it does not happen again
He added: 'The plane looked a little dilapidated not the usual Ryanair standards.
'To be fair to the staff though, they were really nice about it. They couldn't apologise enough.'
A spokeswoman for Ryanair confirmed the window reveal had fell, saying they have asked Air Explore to investigate.
spokeswoman explained: 'We note the dislodging of this window reveal,
which is used only to protect the window from scratches.
'We have asked the operator of this lease-in aircraft (Air Explore) to ensure that it does not recur.'