The commander of a British Airways plane made a strange order, asking passengers to decide their fate
The commander of a British Airways plane made a strange order, asking passengers to decide their own fate by voting whether to fly or not.
According to the British Daily Mail, the pilot told the passengers that he was not sure that all the engines were working well, and that there was a 50/50 chance that only one engine would work during the flight, asking them during their stay at Malaga airport Vote on whether they wish to stay on board, or get off.
Some passengers said: "The pilot told them that the flight was postponed to the British city of Bristol for 40 hours, which raised a state of anxiety and panic in them."
In the end, the passengers decided not to travel on this plane, prompting the British Airways to replace them.