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Lion Air passenger boards the flight and finds assigned seat not exist

JAKARTA, INDONESIA – February 8, 2018: Passengers boarding a plane at the airport Soekarno-Hatta.

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A Lion Air passenger was shocked when she boarded her flight from Palembang to Jakarta in Indonesia, and discovered that her seat is not on the plane.

Satwika Ika took to Facebook to express her confusion about the seating of the accident. In the picture Ika shared on social media, her ticket seemed to be marked for 35F, but the plane rows ended at 34.

Passenger shocked by the board of directors Lion Air plane and find her seat number does not EXIST https://t.co/z0XCk6hRI4 pic.twitter.com/XGtMmMthpZ

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Ika warned, a flight attendant, which she reportedly said was “coarse” and “missed manners,” but interpreted as Ika bought her ticket for the September 16 flight on the budget airliner, a larger airliner was planned.

Ika noticed she was not the only one without a seat – a family with a young child was also assigned to row 35, the Daily Mail reports.

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Fortunately, as soon as everyone on board of the Ika was focused on an empty chair in the middle of the plane.

Lion Air has an excuse to Ika on social media after her since deleted post was viewed, distributed about 10,000 times, the Daily Mail reports.

According to the Daily Mail, Lion Air’s corporate communications officer, Danang Mandala Prihantoro, wrote that the flight was initially operated with a Boeing 737-900ER with a capacity of 215 seats, spread over 39 rows. By aircraft rotations that can potentially cause a delay of a flight by Lion Air using Boeing 737-800NG with 189 seats and 34 rows.

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Although Ika recognized the plane’s apology, she was angry that the carrier does not mention anything about the “rude” behaviour of the two stewardesses.

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