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United Airlines Flies Woman 3,000 Miles In Wrong Direction

United Airlines Flies Woman 3,000 Miles In Wrong Direction

The last thing United Airlines needed was another public incident, but that’s precisely what happened when the airline failed to notify a passenger of a gate change and sent her on a 3,000-mile flight in the wrong direction.
Lucie Bahetoukilae, who speaks only French and no English, was leaving Newark Airport in New Jersey on a flight bound for Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. Her boarding pass had the correct names of both airports when she went to the gate and was let aboard the plane.
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