If you've ever decided that the best option for surviving one garbage of air transport is just sleeping, he may want to rethink your strategy a bit. The Air Canada crew left a passenger to sleep on the plane after everyone else had dropped. They left her. They all went down, kept the vessel and left a passenger on the plane.
I can not express the horror I feel while writing this blog. During a flight to Toronto, passenger Tiffany Adams decided to take advantage of his trip to make up for a little sleep, the AP said. Rather than waking up from the landing or the prominent member of the Air Canada crew, Adams woke up "alone alone" to a "cold dark" plane.
(Does this sound like the beginning of the end of – For you in the world movie – Because for me too.)
Adams wrote a long post on Facebook describing the experiences, parts of which are described in the AP article. And if he thought the awakening of the empty plane was bad, things just managed to get worse .
In order to make the situation significantly more inconvenient, Adams's phone died. She claims to have made "SOS signals" on one of the open window flashlights, but no result. No one has seen.
Only after Adam apparently "unlocked the cabin door" (just how the AP did not specify) and could actually ask for help, she could finally escape the hell of a plane. You know, only after the ground crew found something high enough to get her out.
For his part, Air Canada asked about the welfare of Adams and offered her a free hotel room and a limousine. riding there that Adams refused. I have to say that the limousine and the free room look a little … expensive … compared to other trials. According to Adams, "I do not have much sleep after repeated night terrors and I wake up worrying and I'm afraid I'm locked somewhere in the dark." Perhaps Air Canada could seek compensation for some therapy.
to those children who were afraid to fall asleep over the bus that was coming home from school for fear of being forgotten and made to stay on the bus until the next day, sad and scared alone. I'm still one of those people who worry about flying, but I've always been able to make sure that the whole nature of flying means I just can not be left on an airplane.
Proven so wrong .
CNN reports that Greater Toronto's senior communications adviser Robin Smith said only: "As an airport operator, our role is to operate at airports and to maintain terminals. I would recommend contacting the airline for comment on the use of demolition equipment as airlines and their ground operators are responsible for all aircraft operations, including the unloading of passengers and the use of this equipment.
Air Canada has not yet commented on how everything happened first. It seems strange that the whole crew flight and would have gone without noticing or waking a sleeping woman on the plane – after all, the planes had to be cleaned and checked for missing items when the passengers came out , The company said it was looking at what had happened and how it would change its change policy in the future to ensure that nothing like that happened again.