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2 passengers were kicked off an Air Canada flight because they refused to sit in seats covered in vomit

"The flight attendant was very apologetic but explained that the flight was full and there was nothing they could do," Benson's post continues. "The passengers said they couldn't possibly be expected to sit in vomit for five hours." " the pilot came down the aisle and very calmly knelt down and told the two ladies that they had two choices: They could leave the plane on their own accord and organize flights on their own dime, or they would be escorted off the… ( More...

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avionik99 13
They should have been allowed to leave and get a different flight but 100% covered by the airline! It is a health hazard to make someone sit anywhere near vomit. The airline should have been written up for a health and safety violation and fined heavily!!
mbrews 4
Per Flightaware records, the a/c involved was C-GFCH . After reaching Montreal, , it made a 1-hour turnaround. Then “shuttled “ for a few more days , flying round trips Montreal - Las Vegas - Montreal. Seems to be a common pattern for Rouge airlines flight 1506. Suggestion to A.C Rouge pax : cherchez le. “barf bags “ sur cet itinerarie
I bet the CEO would not sit in it as well but he / she is not paying.
James Driskell 2
what happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas!
jeff slack 4
unless it gets regurgitated
Sean Awning 1
The airline is apologizing for the incident.
Tim Dyck 1
Kinda late after it happened.
Tim Dyck 1
I didn’t even have to look to know this was Air Canada. They live up to the motto of “we are not satisfied until you are not satisfied!” I had to fly with them last summer and the attendant didn’t speak any English, just French, not even real French but the butchered Quebec version and she refused to speak in the Parisian French I understand and speak.
Sean Awning 2
So it's a bit like the way most Spanish classes in the US teach Castilian, which doesn't prepare one for travels to Mexico or Venezuela or Chile. Or the English that's taught in the US, which doesn't prepare one for Australia or Glasgow or Atlanta. Are you sure the conflict on AC's own Vomit Comet was about language?


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