A few weeks back I wrote about a couple of unaccompanied minors placed on the wrong JetBlue flights. Although the boys made it to their intended destinations on the same day, this was still a scary and confusing situation.
The airline tried to make right by the family and offered one of them a $10,000 gift which was not accepted.
Now the mom is suing JetBlue for negligence, according to Gothamist. Continue reading Mom of Unaccompanied Minor on Wrong Flight Suing JetBlue
Last week I wrote about JetBlue putting two unaccompanied minors on the wrong flight.
A mistake like this is pretty much guaranteed to have the kids scared and the families freaking out.
JetBlue tried to make right by one of the moms by refunding her $475 for the flight while also offering $2,100 in credits good towards future flights. Continue reading JetBlue Offered $10K to Mom of Unaccompanied Minor on Wrong Flight
I’ve been asked from time to time if Kim and I would let Lucas fly at a young age as an unaccompanied minor. I’m usually quick to brush off the question with a definite no.
Even though Lucas is an experienced traveler, I can’t imagine a scenario where it would be important enough to have him fly alone, especially not at close to five years old.
The Daily News reports that ” A 5-year-old returning home alone from a family visit in the Dominican Republic was placed on the wrong flight,” by JetBlue. Continue reading Oops! 2 Unaccompanied Minors Put On Wrong JetBlue Flights