A travel blogger is being called out for her "dangerous behavior" after she shared a photo of herself on social media posing in front of a moving train.
Instead of calling the gate and asking for sanitizing products, the man alleges a flight attendant gave him two paper towels and a bottle of gin to clean himself with in the lavatory.
A British Airways flight was scheduled to head to London’s Gatwick Airport from Orlando, Fla., on Thursday when it instead was grounded in Florida for 24 hours because of technical issues. It only got worse from there.
Researchers, who conducted a study for private jet charter company Stratos Jets, which was seen by The Sun, interviewed 119 flight attendants to find out some of the worst things they’ve done while on a duty on a plane. Interestingly, over 35% of cabin crew admitted that they had watered down passengers’ drinks. 74.8% of flight attendants also revealed that they had refused service to an intoxicated passenger on a flight.
"I know I'm going to look back on these photos in the future and be so happy that I was able to have these memories."
It is unclear whether Ryanair had planned on doing more about this all along, or if public outcry spurred the airline into action.
The 13-year-old girl's mother says airport staff treated them "like terrorists" because they had medicine for her type 1 diabetes in their carry-on luggage.
Passengers clapped when the flight attendant's boyfriend popped the question during a flight — but her employer wasn't so happy.
The passenger felt "unsafe, vulnerable, belittled" after a gate agent questioned her ID in front of other travelers.
Although the young man had medical clearance to fly and has made other flights without incident, Emirates staff in Dubai made him leave the plane.
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