Chloe Haines, 25, was arrested on June 22 after hurling death threats during a Jet2 flight from London Stansted to Dalaman in Turkey. Fighter jets were scrambled to escort the diverted plane to ground.
The FlySafair was scheduled to depart from Durban, South Africa and fly to Johannesburg on Friday morning.
"They're taking my legs—and not only that, my dignity," Stearn Hodge said.
"I don't know how I am going to get back… I can't afford any [other] flights," one customer said.
A spokesman for the airline claimed the measure was to keep flight attendants from appearing "shabby."
Multiple pilots reported fast-moving bright lights flying alongside their aircraft.
The company apologized and claimed the mess was made by an "ill service animal."
Get the 'F' out, Cathy Paciic.
At least six airports in the region will remain closed throughout Friday due to Hurricane Florence.
The search is underway for the family's beloved dog Logan.
A gender-equality organization is leading the push against a U.K. airline for handing out "future captain" stickers only to boys.
Although the dog was cleared for release, the woman transporting it said his paperwork and documentation has still not been returned.
Researchers think the U.S. needs to update its safety practices.
American and United airlines said they want nothing to do with the federal government's "zero tolerance" policy.
The men reportedly failed their alcohol blood tests, asked for a 30-minute break, then returned with an even higher concentration of booze in their systems.
The pilot was arrested at the airport.
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The Indian budget airline said it was investigating the allegations and promised "strict action will be taken if anybody is found guilty."
"I am God, I am God, I am God," the unnamed woman screamed as other passengers subdued her.
Emergency services responded to the scene but the extent of the woman's injuries are unknown.
'This would be like naming the Oconee National Forest's campground the Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama campground.'
An airline so secret the government has yet to admit it exists is looking for a candidate who has security clearance.