It was as if the journey was no longer stressful enough.
A passenger on a flight from the Greek island of Zante to Cardiff, Wales, criticized his fellow passengers for not following the correct coronavirus protocols and not being followed by the flight crew. Now 200 passengers are isolating themselves for two weeks after 16 passengers on the flight tested positive for the virus.
Stephanie Whitfield described her flight with TUI Airways as a “failure”, reports the BBC. According to Whitfield, she and her husband decided to isolate themselves before any cases were confirmed due to the situation on the plane.
“This flight was a failure,” she explained. “The boy next to me was wearing a mask around his neck. Not only did the airline not pull him out, they gave him a free drink when he said he knew a crew member. “
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Apparently during the flight, “many people took off their masks and wandered up and down the runways to talk to others.”
She continued: “As soon as the flight landed, a whole bunch of people immediately took off their masks. The flight was full of selfish “covidiots” and a clumsy crew who cared no less. “
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Whitfield said she saw a crew member ask another passenger to put on his mask: “But most people don’t talk, and there was a boy sitting next to me who had a mask around his chin for the full flight, and the flight attendant was talking. with him and she said nothing to him. “
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In a statement shared with the BBC, a spokesman for TUI Airways said: “Our crew is trained to the highest standards. A full investigation is currently underway as these concerns were not reported during the flight or before today. “
The airline was contacted for further comments.