Status: 22.09.2023, 07:15 a.m.
Joachim Llambi is probably known to most for his often not so empathetic comments as a juror on the RTL cult show "Let's Dance". On Instagram, however, the former professional dancer is now dishing out against an airline.
Palma de Mallorca – Last Tuesday, things were not supposed to go as planned for Joachim Llambi (59). After a stay on the Spanish island of Mallorca, complications arose before his flight back to Germany, and the TV judge himself experienced a shocking moment in the truest sense of the word.
Llambi on board: Plane rams left wing of a Condor machine
A Condor passenger plane, in which Llambi was also sitting, was on its way to Frankfurt when it was rammed by another plane, as RTL.de also reported. According to the report, a Boeing 737 of the Spanish company Air Europa hit the almost 24-year-old Condor aircraft with the left wing during a maneuver on the ground.
A spokeswoman for Condor told the station: "No one was injured. The 268 guests and eight crew members were able to leave the aircraft normally and unharmed. Condor will send a replacement aircraft to fly the guests to Germany in the late afternoon today. The incident as well as the aircraft are now being investigated technically and by the relevant authorities."
Joachim Llambi rages after plane crash: "Bad crisis mode"
On Instagram, Llambi then vented his indignation and posted a picture of the destroyed wing of the Condor machine: "Shortly before take-off in Palma, another plane rams us with its wing (hole in the fuselage - photo). Police, fire brigade and numerous employees of the airport stood around our plane. After an hour and a half on the runway, we were towed, and now the plane is supposed to leave in 8 hours. Such a mess, all my appointments fall flat! There is no trace of Condor far and wide, no employees in Palma. Bad crisis mode," the half-Spaniard wrote.
His fans also showed full understanding for the anger of the "Let's Dance" judge, but one follower took the post with humor. "I guess it was just a siesta for the Condor employees," she wrote. Llambi, on the other hand, reacted to the comment with: "No, the Condor employees did everything right, the pilot of the other machine was penny." Another user summed up the incident more positively: "The main thing is that nothing happened to anyone. Have a good flight home." According to RTL, Joachim Llambi's return flight is said to have taken off on the same day at 17:45 p.m. with a replacement aircraft from Condor to Frankfurt.
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