Raj Jandoo’s trial for various charges in relation to his behaviour on an aircraft travelling to Stornoway on 15 March 2004 (see Nos 332, 435) ended on 18 March 2005 in his conviction for breach of the peace (by making references to bombs on the plane) and contravention of air safety regulations (by failing to sit in his seat, standing in the aisle, and rummaging in an overhead locker as the plane made its landing approach).  Jandoo was fined a total of £2,500, most of it for the breach of the peace.  Sheriff Principal John McInnes said that the evidence showed Jandoo’s conduct on the flight had been genuinely objectively alarming to passengers and cabin crew”