THIS is the shocking moment a brawl erupted on a flight in front of horrified passengers.

The louts were on a KLM plane from Manchester to Amsterdam when the drama unfolded.

Footage shows one repeatedly punching a fellow flyer as stunned bystanders scream out "behave".

A member of cabin crew frantically tries to separate the group of men but they continue grappling with each other.

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At one stage, a woman stands between the brawling passengers and tells them "that's enough".

Another traveller yells out: "Behave! This is an aircraft goddamit".

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But the yobs don't seem to care – with one shoving his rival on to a row of seats so he can punch him more.

Eventually the KLM crew manage to intervene and the group stop fighting.

It is not clear why the brawl erupted in the first place.

Thankfully none of the employees were injured during the mid-air drama yesterday.

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The Royal Dutch Marechaussee, who look after security at the airport, told The Sun Online six Brits were arrested.

They were quizzed for unlawful/disruptive behaviour under the Dutch Aviation Act.

A KLM spokesperson said: “Today we had some unruly passengers on our KLM 1070 flight from Manchester to Amsterdam.

“The captain and cabin crew put an end to a brawl between two groups of passengers.

"All involved were arrested upon arrival at Schiphol Airport.

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“No delay occurred. KLM does not tolerate aggression against employees or passengers.

"We apologise to our passengers who may have been affected by the incident.”


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