In the video the man, identified as David Lawrence, can be heard cursing the woman calling her an "ugly black bastard" as well as shouting "don't talk to me in a f*cking foreign language, you stupid, ugly cow".
He angrily snaps back: "I tell you what, if you don't move to another seat, I'll push you to another seat".
"The underlying reason behind the man's abusive behaviour comes down to the fact that my mum is a black woman and he didn't want her sitting next to him - he says it in the video", the daughter told HuffPost. Several passengers, including the woman being targeted, are heard in the video demanding the man be kicked off the flight.
THIS sickening footage shows a Ryanair passenger unleashing a vile torrent of racist abuse at an elderly woman sitting next to him.
Staff on the flight seem to do little to silence the man during the footage, leaving a passenger sitting behind to try and deal with the situation. The woman eventually asks to be moved so she can be sat next to her daughter.
Mr Lawrence said the insults began after it took some time for the elderly woman to move out of the way from her seat.
"Essex Police takes prejudice-based crime seriously and we want all incidents to be reported". Some consumers called for a boycott of the budget airline.
He told the Washington Post: "Because there was no response from the other passengers on the flight at the time, I thought, 'Okay, well, somebody needs to know what happened here.'".
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The incident, on a flight from Barcelona to Stansted on Friday, was recorded by a fellow passenger and shared on social media.
Christine Beresford wrote: "Glad to see the man behind them intervened".
This included Shadow Transport spokesperson Karl Turner who said he will continue to raise the incident in parliament.
The matter has been reported to the police..
"We assume the aircraft was in the UK".
"Clearly committed criminal offences. We will never fly with Ryanair again".
In a statement to RT.com, Essex Police said they were only "made aware" of the incident at a Spanish airport on Sunday morning, and confirmed they are looking into it.
Police in the United Kingdom are investigating an incident of racism that happened on a Ryanair flight.
Anybody with information is encouraged to contact the police on 101, or anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.