Delta Ar Lines passengers forced to climb onto WING after smoke fills cabin

Delta Airlines

PANICKED passengers were forced to scramble over the wings to get of their jet after it filled with smoke.

Flyers branded it the “flight from hell” after the aircraft landed on the tarmac at Denver International Airport.

Travellers could be heard yelling “let us out” after Delta flight 1854 touched down in the Mile High City.

Dramatic video captured on the plane shows cabin crew ordered people to remain low in their seats and cover themselves in a blanket before the order is given to “evacuate, evacuate”.

Travellers left via emergency slides and over-wing exits as dozens stood on the aircraft’s wing.

A fleet of emergency vehicles swarmed the runway.

Denver International Airport said the emergency evacuation happened while the plane was taxiing to the terminal.

This Detroit to Denver flight landed at about 8:10pm with around 146 passengers plus crew members on board.

Pictures on social media showed them standing on the plane’s wing during the evacuation.

An airport spokesperson said there may have been minor injuries due to the evacuation on emergency slides. There were reports one person was transported to a hospital.

Passenger Jim McManus told local media smoke began to seep through the cabin vents after the plane grounded in Denver and started taxiing to its arrival gate.

They were also seen stood on the grass following the flight that was branded the ‘flight from hell’

He tweeted it was the “flight from hell” after the plane was reportedly delayed in Detroit for three hours before departing for Denver.

Mr McManus added to Denver 7: “We were grateful that is wasn’t while we were in the air.

“We were kind of sitting there complaining among ourselves…one guy pointed out that it didn’t happen while we were in the air….so once again, it couldn’t have gone any better.”

The Denver Fire Department also said there was a report of smoke in the plane.

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