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The british airline EasyJet came under fire Tuesday, after a photo circulated online of a passenger sitting in a seat without a back, but the company claims that the image in the scene has been set.
Twitter user Matthew Harris has posted a photo of the so-called situation, online is the question of how such an establishment could be allowed on the plane. In his post, he said that on the Flight in 2021, from london Luton, united kingdom to Geneva, Switzerland, an EasyJet customer, she was in a “backless chair.”
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The airline, in a reaction on Twitter, we asked Harris to remove the image from the internet, and the message of the company as a private.
EasyJet, told Fox News on Wednesday that a passenger was in the seat for the photo, if the passenger is not allowed to travel in it. It was not immediately clear if the photo was actually taken, or whether the person depicted was that she was being photographed, and just before you go to an assigned seat.
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“No passengers were allowed to fly in these seats, as they were lost in the anticipation of a recovery,” the company said in a statement. “Safety is our highest priority and easyJet operates a fleet of aircraft in strict compliance with all the requirements for safety and security.”
EasyJet added that the plane was not full, there were five open seats, and when he was gone, and in the backless chair that is now repaired.