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Lenesha Riley, 33, was said to be flying from Luton Airport in Berlin, when she accidentally picked up her young son and Josiah’s passport instead of her own.
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However, it is a passport mix-up to occur is that Riley is on board her Easyjet flight. In fact, at the airport, and the airline’s employees, along with Riley, which according to reports didn’t even notice that it was a mistake. It wasn’t until they tried to enter Germany, and that the error was spotted by border agents in Berlin, The Independent reported.
In the end, the German officers allowed her to be in the country when a relative texted her a picture of her with a legitimate passport as well. However, they would have to pay to fly out a family member with a real passport in order to go back to London.
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In the uk, there is no legal requirement for airports to check the passports for the security screening, but the airlines are responsible for checking the passenger’s passport or id card at the gate. The passengers are still required to have a valid passport and the information in the book, a ticket, to the airport, it is only necessary to ensure that a passenger with a valid boarding pass for the security check.
The passport mix-up is no way to prevent Lenesha Home to board her Easyjet flight. In fact, at the airport, and the airline’s employees, along with the Home, did not even notice the error.
Riley told The Independent that the incident has left her worried about the safety of a Luton Airport spokesman explained to Fox News that there was no risk.
“At no time was the security at the airport and in the melee, when all of the passengers and their baggage is subject to search is mandated by the Department of Transportation. Air carriers will usually check out with the passport of a passenger prior to boarding an aircraft. We are working with easyJet to get you to understand what has happened on this occasion,” the statement read.
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Easyjet confirmed the incident to Fox News, claiming they are investigating how it happened.
“We will be able to confirm that the correct passport details had been submitted online in order to get access to your boarding pass, as well as Miss Riley went through the entire security screening process ahead of the departure of the flight, the visual inspection is performed prior to the time of boarding must have picked up on the passport issue,” the statement read.
“We are investigating how she was able to travel from Luton to Berlin with the false documentation.”
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The airline said that the Home was a “free transfer to a later flight, so they would have time to get the proper documents in order to fly to London.