Virgin said the passenger who tried to break into the cockpit of one of its planes en route to Indonesia was drunk.
The Virgin spokesperson confirmed that the plane was not hijacked.
A passenger who "attempted to hijack" a Virgin Australia Airlines passenger plane has been arrested in Bali, Indonesia's Metro TV reported, citing a police official.
A passenger tried to enter the cockpit of a Virgin Australia Airlines plane travelling from Brisbane and the pilot called it a "hijack", an Indonesian transport official told local station Metro TV.
Flight tracking website Flightrader said the Virgin Australia Airlines flight VA41 reportedly hijacked en route from Brisbane has landed at Indonesia's Bali airport.
This is the flight path for the hijacked Virgin Australia flight VA41. Standing on ground at Denpasar/Bali now. http://t.co/gWivgM0iIZ
A Virgin Australia Airlines passenger plane that was hijacked has been forced to land at Indonesia's Bali airport, Reuters reported, citing Indonesia's Metro TV.
Virgin Australia Airlines was formerly called Virgin Blue.
A Virgin Blue passenger plane has been hijacked on the way to Bali, Reuters reports, citing Indonesia's Metro TV.
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Schapelle Corby has been taken to a prosecutor's office in Bali following her release from Kerobokan jail.
It is believed the 36-year-old Australian drug smuggler, who was convicted in 2005, will now live with her sister who lives on the island. The former beauty therapist is unable to leave Bali until 2017.
Australian Schapelle Corby battled through the crowds of waiting media as she was released from a prison in Bali today.
Corby, seen here wearing a black and white hat, must remain in the island resort of Bali on parole until 2017.
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has welcomed the released of Schapelle Corby, who has been released on parole after serving nine years in a Balinese jail.
"The decision by Indonesia's minister for law and human rights is welcomed," Ms Bishop told the Australian.
"I understand that now the decision to grant parole has been made is a matter for the authorities to determine the time of the release but I hope that she's now given some privacy as she gets her life back together," she added.