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Members of a James Bond film crew triggered an international air alert after going on a drunken rampage during a private flight to Mexico, according to the Mail on Sunday. The Mail on Sunday can reveal that charter aircraft company Hi Fly sent a damning a report to the Bond film production company Eon that revealed how some of the film’s crew: The report also made clear that the reckless behavior of some of the film crew, fuelled by excess alcohol, had ‘compromised’ the safety of the Airbus 330 and had breached international aviation regulations. A spokesman for the US Federal Aviation Administration confirmed it was investigating the incident because the alleged incident took place close to American airspace.
`The film workers were travelling to Mexico for a two week shoot as part of the hotly anticipated new Bond film Spectre, which is due for release in November. But aviation experts warned such behavior could have resulted in a midair disaster. But aviation experts warned such behavior could have resulted in a midair disaster. According to the Mail on Sunday, the Airbus A330 had to be professionally cleaned after the journey from Stansted at a cost of more than £1000. The crew will only be allowed to fly home later this week after promises from Eon that no alcohol will be imbibed on board. None of the cast members for Spectre, which stars Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Monica Bellucci, Ralph Fiennes and Lea Seydoux, were believed to be on board.