A Bangladeshi airliner made an emergency landing in Bangkok on Tuesday, after a man pulled out a knife and caused panic among the passengers.
Thai police boarded the plane at Bangkok's Don Mueang airport and removed the passenger for questioning.
There were no injuries on the GMG Airlines flight, which was carrying at least 60 passengers from Kuala Lumpur to the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka.
Meanwhile, a F-7 fighter aircraft of Bangladesh Air Force crashed due to mechanical failure at Paharipara village under Dhalpur union of Ghatail in Tangail district, killing pilot Squadron Leader Morshed Hassan.
Amir Khasru has the details.