Fight Breaks Out on Spirit Airlines Flight After Landing at Boston Logan International Airport

by Anthony Losanno
Spirit Fight BOS

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Spirit Airlines flight NK3907 from Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) had safely landed when tensions boiled over and two male passengers got into a brawl. A female flight attendant tried to break it up and was caught in the middle of the skirmish.

The videos above shows the two men fighting as other passengers were trying to deplane. The cause of the fight was not released, but the two passengers had been arguing while in flight. Massachusetts State Police entered the aircraft, but no arrests were made. Gary at View from the Wing first shared this statement from Spirit Airlines:

Law enforcement was requested due to a disturbance that occurred as Spirit Airlines flight 3907 (MYR-BOS) was deplaning in Boston (BOS) on May 7. We do not tolerate disruptive behavior of any kind, and the passengers involved are no longer welcome on any of our flights.”

I might be in the minority, but I enjoy flying Spirit and have never encountered passengers fighting or acting badly in flight.

Anthony’s Take: As mentioned above, my Spirit flights (and I have flown the low-cost carrier 18 times now) have never seen this behavior. I’ve found the planes new, the crews friendly, and arrived early 17 out of 18 times. I’m a fan of the BIG FRONT SEATS and will continue to fly Spirit. Hopefully, I won’t get this sort of in-flight entertainment anytime soon.

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1 comment

NedsKid May 9, 2024 - 1:23 pm

I worked for Spirit for 10 years and since then have been a paying customer about 100 flights (and when I started I would not pay to fly them, but now they have a great product in the Big Front Seat and a valuable loyalty program as far as perks) and only once in my travels had the police meet a flight (someone was verbally abusive to the flight attendants while they were letting a pilot out to use the lav) and in a decade of working, much of it in the operation, maybe had an actual physical altercation happen on a flight 2 or 3 times? Other airlines had it happen at least at the same rate, especially around covid and masks.


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