to connectVideoWoman woke up, locked in on an Air Canada plane
A woman wakes up on a plane, locked in after falling asleep on a flight. Air Canada has now confirmed that the woman in the story.
A woman who recently flew on Air Canada’s claims that she was forced to find her own way out of the plane after waking up from her flight to a dark, empty airplane.
Tiffani Adams, said she was a passenger on board a flight from Quebec city to Toronto Pearson International Airport, on the 9th of June, when they fell asleep during the ride.
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In a Facebook post shared by a friend of mine, ” Adams said as she sat down in a row, by herself, and when she fell asleep during the 90-minute flight. She told me that she woke up in complete darkness around midnight (a few hours after the flight has landed) freezing cold, still strapped in my seat.”
When she tried to contact a friend of his, and her phone is dead. She tried to get him to load up, but there was no effect on the plane. Adams said she found a flashlight in the cockpit and attempted to alert the plane’s windows in order to grab the attention of the people.
With the help of the light, and she told me that she was in a position to unlock the door, but I couldn’t leave because there was a 40 – to-50-foot space between it and the ground. Adams said that when she saw a luggage cart and drive it close to her, as she was “literally dangling her legs in the air.
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“He has been in a state of shock to ask, what the heck, they let me on the plane, I’m wondering the same thing,” Adam mentioned. The employee had a ladder to the dock, and they said that they would “put an end to your safety and security.”
She said that at that point, the “Air Canada is a car to pull up, to drive me to Pearson, where I was met by a different Air Canada rep to ask if I was OK, and I would like to have a limo and a hotel room.” She said all she wanted to do was to go home, as she had to work for a couple of hours.
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Air Canada named Adam, after the incident, a number of times, ” she said, asking her to relay the sequence of events that led up to her being stranded alone on a powerless plane. They claimed that the company has said that they are investigating, “[because] they have to have controls in place to protect people that may be trapped in the plane for the night.”
A spokesperson for Air Canada confirmed to Fox News on Sunday, and they continue to be in contact with the customer, but it is still under investigation, which is reportedly what happened.