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Nothing ruins the holidays like getting stuck in the foreign country.
A family vacation turned into a potential nightmare, after that they are in a foreign country and reportedly their passports on the plane. They are saying that they are not aware of the error until the plane had already left on another flight.
“My daughter has completely forgotten about it, until we could not find any at the border, but she was too afraid to say,” well, Victoria, Walker told SWNS. “By the time she told me the plane had already left and was on my way back to Manchester.”
Victoria Walker and her family moved from Manchester international Airport on a EasyJet flight on Monday, reports SWNS. She was flying to Switzerland for a skiing holiday.
Walker said that they don’t realize that our passports had been left in the pocket of the seat in front of them on the plane until they were approaching the immigration control.
“My daughter has completely forgotten about it, until we could not find any at the border, but she was too afraid to say it,” she told SWNS. “By the time she told me the plane had already left and was on my way back to Manchester.”
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By that point, there was, apparently, not a lot of families would be able to do it.
“I can’t be the fault of the Swiss Immigration, they were nothing but supportive and helpful,” she continued. “Immigration has made us accepted in the country, we are not, however, as the uk will not accept a return to the country without a passport.”
While Victoria has had her driver’s license, she was unable to identify her daughter.
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“I’m currently stuck in Switzerland and will not be able to fly, or even the rent-a-car, along with my two children, including a baby, and the Embassy will be closed now until the new year,” she explained. “We’re just stuck right now.”
Fortunately, a spokesman for EasyJet confirmed to Fox News that the passports have been found, and we say that the family is not “fixed.”
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They released a statement that said, “We will do whatever it takes to help reunite the family with their passports, which were found as soon as possible. We will be working with the government, so that they have the documentation they need for their flight back home.”