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The airline reportedly asked the older patient with cancer, in sharing a room with a ‘complete stranger’

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An airline allegedly tried to have two men sharing a bedroom with a bed for the night.

One of the passengers, a 71-year-old patient with a cancer that is confined to a wheelchair. It proposed a roommate, a 35-year-old man. Both of them had reportedly missed their connecting flights in a Day.

Air Canada is reported to have told the two that there was only one room, and the hotel is on the left, the Yahoo News reports. The two travelers had not met before, and that made it even more difficult when she discovers that the room only had one bed.

AN AIR CANADA PASSENGER CLAIMS THAT SHE WOKE UP IN A DARK, EMPTY AIRPLANE

Elizabeth is a New Taboo and was flying home to France from Ottawa, ontario, but delays would have caused her to miss her connecting flight to Montreal. Unfortunately, the airline employee, who alleged that it was the only room in the hotel and the airline to work for.

When her daughter found out about the location of the hotel, she allegedly took matters into his own hands.

“I said to her,” no, No, you don’t have to sleep with a total stranger, the” Mahele Nyota told CBC News. “No, no, don’t do it. Stick with it, and I’m going to do what I can to find a solution.'”

Nyota also claims that the man offered to sleep on the couch. While she appreciated the offer, she wanted her mother to have her own room.

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After calling the airline, and are said to be spending three hours on the phone with them, Nyota was able to get her a room at a different hotel, Travel Pulse reports. She also claims that Air Canada offered $20 in vouchers, and a seat with more leg room on the flight to Paris, france.

In a statement to CBC News, a spokesperson for Air Canada, said: “It is not our policy to ask passengers to share a room.”

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In June, a passenger on an Air Canada alleges that she woke up in a dark, empty plane after falling asleep while driving. According to her, she woke up, still in her chair at around midnight and was not in a position to leave the plane. It wasn’t until she caught the attention of a baggage cart past.

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