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Plane forced to make emergency landing after 'disoriented' passenger 'tried to break into cockpit during flight
A flight from Portland, Maine, to Philadelphia had to be diverted on Thursday afternoon after a seemingly disoriented passenger tried to open an emergency door and had to be restrained.
The regional Air Wisconsin Flight 3801 with 50 passengers and three crew members on board made an emergency landing at Logan International Airport in Boston shortly after 4:30 pm, according to airport spokesperson Phil Orlandella.
The passenger, 40-year-old Michael Ensalaco, of Mooresville, North Carolina, was taken into custody on the tarmac and charged with interfering with a flight crew.