Airlines Bump Dead Passenger, Lose Bags of Another

Two dead passenger stories to share:

Several Canadians are accusing Air Canada of bumping a family member’s coffin (which held the aforementioned family member at the time) from a Montreal flight to make room to get additional luggage onto the plane.  Air Canada denies the charge (though doesn’t explain what happened).  The coffin was not given a $10 meal voucher until the next flight.

Family members of a man who died on a British Airways flight from Hong Kong to London last week are angry with the airline because BA managed to lose his luggage (though, thankfully, not the man) .  Even worse, the missing luggage contains the man’s cellphone and address book, which the family needs to contact friends about the funeral.

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