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A British Airways passenger had to pay $400 to get her iPad back after leaving it on a plane

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A British Airways passenger paid more than $400 to get her iPad back after leaving it on a plane. Janice Gordon was told she couldn't go back on the plane to collect it for security reasons. The lost property office was closed when she passed through Heathrow again a fortnight later. A British Airways passenger had to spend about $400 to get her iPad back after she left it on a plane, the Daily Mirror reported. Janice Gordon, 67, realized she left her device behind after reaching the… (www.msn.com) More...

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volvodadfast
Ichiro Sugioka 2
Note to self: Never fly British Airways
Highflyer1950
Highflyer1950 4
Better note to self: Don’t forget to take all your belongings with you when you exit a commercial airliner. However, I have never heard of a passenger being denied leaving a secure area before, they just have to be cleared or re-screened. Had a friend visit us in Phoenix once and left his iPad on board the inbound flight. At baggage pickup we had the airline radio the gate to see if it was turned in. Two minutes later an agent was walking towards the baggage area with an ipad under her arm, Security code opened the device and it was returned to the owner……….Kudos to Air Canada staff.

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