He rammed his car through the La Crosse airport gate and onto the runway, making his way onto a private plane, apparently threatening to blow it up.
Cody Anderson is facing six criminal charges for the Saturday afternoon incident.
Bond for Idaho man, who has relatives in Minnesota, was set at $500,000 in La Crosse County court Monday. The 31-year-old is charged with attempted armed carjacking, making terrorist threats and a bomb scare.
Police said Anderson rammed his car through the gate and onto the runway, before getting on a private plane, where those on the plane say he threatened to blow it up and and seemed intoxicated.
Anderson was also reportedly carrying knives.
Officers placed a Bearcat, military-like vehicle in front of the plane, so it couldn’t take off, before arresting Anderson.
In court, a defense attorney said Anderson has mental health issues, according to his mother.
Along with the $500,000 bond, Judge Scott Horne ordered Anderson have no weapons and make no contact with Colgan Air Services in La Crosse.
Anderson is scheduled back in court Friday.