- A College student shared on social media the unusual phenomenon of taking a flight from London to Florida without other passengers on board
- Kai Forsyth was perplexed when he learned he was the only passenger. Nonetheless, he enjoyed the flight and thanked British Airways and its attendants for the memorable experience
- The nine-hour flight was from Gatwick Airport near London to Orlando International Airport on Sunday, January 9
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Imagine having a flight all to yourself. It’s the dream of any traveller, and for one student, Kai Forsyth, that dream came to pass.
The only passenger on board
Fox35orlando.com reported that as Forsyth boarded a British Airways jet, he noticed something was different. He was the only passenger boarding.
The Rollins College student said he started to notice things were strange the night before the flight.
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"I was a bit confused at first, but they said I can move around in the plane. I felt like I owned the plane. It was very weird.You know how you pick seats when you’re checking in? There was actually no seats, none taken. I was very confused," said Forsyth.
Instead, Kai got to kick his feet up, make friends with the flight attendants and get all the snacks and drinks he wanted.
"I was actually going to sleep on the floor. I asked if I could sleep on the floor, but they have the trolleys, and they need to bring them back and forth. I’d actually like to say thank you to British Airways for providing me with a great experience like that... It was very surreal, I have to say.", Forsyth added.
Passengers go spiritual in Plane
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, passengers in a plane from Owerri to Lagos were forced to get into a serious prayer session after their aeroplane encountered turbulence in the air.
A video of the incident was shared by @instablog9ja and his message revealed that the incident forced into an emergency landing in Port Harcourt.
The pilot made that decision after sounds of cracks were heard from the aeroplane's engines. In the video, there was a great noise of people praying the only way they could.
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