Mitchell Cameron Moy, 30, outside the Albury court precinct on Tuesday following an incident on a Border-bound plane in June. He has not entered a plea.THE CASE against a Sydney man who allegedly left a threatening note in a plane toilet may move to a higher court.
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Mitchell Cameron Moy, 30, appeared in Albury Local Court on Monday after being arrested at the city’s airport on June 6.

Those on board Virgin flight VA1174 evacuated the aircraft after the plane touched down.

Moy has been charged with sending a document threatening to kill or inflict bodily harm on passengers and staff on the plane.

The Harrington Park man has also been charged with giving false information leading airline staffand passengers to fear for their safety.

Plane note accused in court CHARGED: Mitchell Cameron Moy, 30, outside the Albury court precinct on Tuesday following an incident on a Border-bound plane in June. He has not entered a plea.

CHARGED: Mitchell Cameron Moy, 30, outside the Albury court precinct on Tuesday following an incident on a Border-bound plane in June. He has not entered a plea.

INCIDENT: The Albury Airport on June 6

INCIDENT: The Albury Airport on June 6

INCIDENT: The Albury Airport on June 6

INCIDENT: The Albury Airport on June 6

INCIDENT: The Albury Airport on June 6

INCIDENT: The Albury Airport on June 6

INCIDENT: The Albury Airport on June 6

INCIDENT: The Albury Airport on June 6

INCIDENT: The Albury Airport on June 6

TweetFacebook Man appears in court over plane evacuationThe court heard prosecutors will assess whether the matter moves to the higher court.

Moy has been excused from his next hearing on July 17 if he is legally represented.

He has not entered a plea.

The court heard Moy lives in Sydney but works in Victoria.

He has been banned from attending airports or leaving NSW as part of his bail conditions.

The Border Mail