"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."
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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.
"She is going for the best ride of her life," said Paul Heroux, mayor of Attleboro, Mass., after he learned that his dog, Mura, had terminal blood cancer and the pair embarked on a cross-country road trip to meet Mura’s breeders.
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.
The Carnival Sunshine left Port Canaveral, Fla., on Sunday, Oct. 28, for a five-day trip to the Caribbean — but it hit a bump along the way.
It is unclear whether Ryanair had planned on doing more about this all along, or if public outcry spurred the airline into action.
"Crazy ideas require biased self-belief and a bit of naivete," Gina Lyons said.
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.