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Take a look back at some of the more popular airline incidents that have made headlines
A passenger’s claims that it had landed at the Newark International Airport in New Jersey, where he and the other passengers were directed through the wrong door, and were able to evade the customs completely.
According to James Harris, hundreds of passengers have walked through the wrong exit, and was able to completely bypass the customs check. He said that if he hadn’t stopped to pick up his checked luggage, he might have been able to leave the airport without incident, it is to be noticed.
Harris told CBS 2 that he and his fellow passengers were screened before they get on board with the X-L-Airways-a flight to Paris. When we arrived in Newark, new jersey on Monday, but he described the scene as “mass confusion.” He told the outlet, “For the simple fact that I was able to walk away from an international flight, you are entitled to in the streets of the united states, it is very disturbing to me.”
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According to Harris, is a failure of the airport staff, has resulted in the passengers not knowing what exits to use. “Half of the flight going one way, and the other half in the other direction, and I was kind of caught in the middle of” where am I going?” Harris told CBS 2.
It wasn’t until Harris was trying to pick his pockets, and when the error was pointed out. He says he’s a TSA agent noticed that his international-flyer-slip has not yet been signed. Harris said the agent told him, “It’s a big mix-up.”
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A spokesman for the U.S. Border and Customs Protection, told Fox News, “On the 17th of June, passengers travelling on an XL Airways flight 10, from Paris to the International Airport, in Newark, new jersey had inadvertently led to a false door to the outside and the CBP inspection station, and after deplaning the aircraft. AUTHORITY took immediate action to redirect the passenger to the inspection, and the situation has been corrected no further action.”
The Port Authority confirmed to Fox News that no security breach has occurred, as the passengers were transferred to the customs for verification, and that the airline was fine.
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XL Airways, it does not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment.