It's the second time this year that an American Airlines flight to Charlotte, N.C. had a passenger in need of a toilet.
The 25-year-old man was bouncing on the Sky Pad when his harness snapped, causing him to plummet about 20 feet to the deck below.
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"It was so mortifying," she says. "I was so upset and they could clearly see that yet they continued to note how inappropriate and offensive I was. I was really close to crying."
If the residents in this iconic Paris neighborhood had their way, Instagrammers would be banned from taking photos on their street. On Rue Crémieux, it is as if the mid-19th century homes got a makeover in the style of the brightly painted, Victorian homes of San Francisco. The pastel pinks, purples, and blues are an irresistible magnet for Instagrammers from around the world who have started putting this small, cobblestoned street at the top of their sightseeing lists when they travel to the city of lights.
In addition to booking flights and Airbnbs and converting money, U.S. citizens will need an authorization from the European Union to visit the region. The Schengen Area refers to the 26 European countries that do not have internal borders such as Spain, France, Greece, Germany, Italy, and Poland, according to CNN. "The new ETIAS will ensure that we no longer have an information gap on visa-free travelers," Dimitris Avramopoulos, the European commissioner for migration, home affairs and citizenship, said in a statement, per CNN.
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Flight 1694 returned safely to Bradley International Airport an hour after it took off, due to apparent depressurization in the cabin.
Yossi and Jennie Adler and their 19-month-old daughter were kicked off an American Airlines flight after passengers supposedly complained they smelled bad.
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A family wants a refund from Spirit Airlines, declaring that crew members made an anti-Semitic comment, called the police on them and blacklisted them from all flights.
A dad trying to navigate an airport came up with an ingenious hack to get his young daughter to move — simply drag her around by the hood of her coat.
The three sons have no idea that their father placed the dating ad — or that he's already received more than 200 responses.
"Probably a lot of people after a long day of travel forget phones, laptops, whatever — and the fact that it can be so brazenly taken right out of an airport is frustrating," the man told WSB-TV.
“We made the decision to return to Seattle, as it was absolutely necessary to deliver the shipment to its destination,” a spokesperson for Southwest Airlines said.
Instead of mourning the loss of a promising young woman, some on social media are questioning Millane's decision to travel alone, saying she was "asking for trouble" and even going as far as to criticize her family for allowing her to go on a solo trip.
Three different moms at the airport stepped up to help the family. One said, "Don’t you worry, we’re going to make sure you get on that flight."