The Aerolineas Argentinas flight attendant, accused of making a call that alerted about the alleged placement of a bomb on a flight to Miami, was released but will remain under house arrest.
This Tuesday, Daniela Carbone had been transferred from Ezeiza to the Courts of Lomas de Zamora where she refused to testify.
The flight attendant was arrested when she arrived in the country on her last flight and is accused of being the author of the call received by both the commander on board her personal cell phone, as well as other members of the company.
The call put airport security on alert, which implemented an operation that delayed the departure of the flight and generated complications for the 270 passengers traveling on the aircraft.
Daniela Carbone, the hostess on a beach. She was arrested in Ezeiza.
The offences of "public intimidation and obstruction of public services (art. 211 and 194 of the Criminal Code, respectively) are serious offenses, therefore, if the accusation and the crime are proven, the company will sanction the person investigated in proportion to the seriousness of the fact.
How was the threat
On Sunday, May 21, Aerolineas flight AR1304 had to be evacuated in its entirety when it was about to leave for the US city of Miami, with 270 passengers and 12 crew at 07.35, when it received, both the flight commander and ground staff, a threat associated with the flight.
Daniela Carbone, the Aerolineas Argentinas flight attendant, already detained in Ezeiza.
Finally, after corroborating that it was a false threat, the plane took off at 16:50 p.m., more than nine hours later than planned.
According to sources linked to the investigation, the threat consisted of an audio that said: "Tell the captain that we put three bombs in Miami. Stop fucking with politics and check the plane because they're going to blow up in a thousand pieces."
The voice was distorted, but investigators were able to first establish that it was a woman and then identify the origin of the communication, which led to the arrest of the flight attendant.
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