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A woman who tried to open an airliner door during the flight, prompting two fighter jets are encrypted, was imprisoned for two years.
Two RAF fighter jets, the plane crashed to escort back to The Airport Stansted,
Haines, who gave two counts, was sentenced at Chelmsford Crown Court .
they pleaded guilty to beating to endanger the safety of passenger aircraft, and bodily injury.
The Incident occurred on a Jet2 flight with 206 people on Board in the direction of Dalaman in Turkey on the 22. June.
Haines said that you, "remind me to pass out and had to really remember what happened" after mixing alcohol with drugs, Prosecutor Michael Crimp told the court.
Cabin Crew member Charley Coombe scratches suffered when you tried that Haines from the opening of the aircraft door.
A passenger later told police he "feared really, you would open the door", the court heard.
Mr Crimp said she screamed "I want to die" and "I'll kill you all", in order to restrain The Crew and the passengers try.Chloe Haines is also a member of The Crew that tries to stop you with the door open, which belongs in the middle of the flight
The court, it was impossible to open an exit door mid-flight, but many passengers wouldn't have known scratched that this.
Mr Crimp added that the RAF were jets sent to "error".
Haines' lawyer, Oliver Saxby QC described it as a "troubled young people with A Number of serious problems".
they had received a community order for similar offences in connection with alcohol and a loss of control for 17 days before The Incident , the court heard.
Mr Saxby said she had been diagnosed with sick mentally and not more alcohol had touched since the 22 of June.
"she was not only drunk, she was sick," he said, adding that she felt "horrified".
"shame on you," he said. "She is deeply embarrassed for what she did".
judge Charles Burr-Wicke said: "Those who are trapped in the confined space of the aircraft, is inevitably disturbed, frightened and petrified by the actions of those who threaten in a drunken state of her life.
"For some it will be their worst nightmare come true. "'not
Jet2 tolerated calculated'that The Incident cost them £86,000, the court was told.
Steve Heapy, CEO of the airline, welcomed the ruling and said it was "one of The Most serious incidents of disruptive passenger behavior that we have experienced".
He said Haines was now banned For Life from the airline.
Mr Heapy said she had caused "hardship for the customer and our team," and added: "we just do not tolerate on our flights".
He also said that they drink themselves to continue on the theme of "to excess, in The Airport before the flight, as well as the illegal use of duty-free alcohol on Board the aircraft".