A teenage boy was detained by security at the Gainesville, Fla. airport as he was about to skip the second leg of a flight from North Carolina to New York City. Both the boy and his father have claimed they did nothing wrong, but the airline in question has already taken action.
I just got an update on this now infamous example. be late.
Teenager detained for ‘skip plugging’ on New York flight, expelled from airline
A post written by Insider tells the story of a 17-year-old boy from North Carolina who was detained by security at a Florida airport after he was discovered to have attempted to practice. be late In transit.
For those who don’t know (including me to this day), be late “A term used when you leave the airport after purchasing a ticket that includes a stopover at your destination, instead of returning to the plane for the next leg.”
Many airlines, including American Airlines, have cracked down on the practice in recent years.
American Airlines staff in Gainesville suspected the boy was slacking because he had a North Carolina driver’s license in transit. The final destination of the plane was an unspecified New York City airport, the report said.
The boy’s father, Hunter Parsons, said security guards held him in a security room and forced him to buy a $400 ticket for a direct flight to North Carolina.
Parsons said the boy received a three-year ban from American Airlines, but believes the punishment was unjust given his son’s character. never really done anything wrongaccording to a quote obtained by an insider.
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