German airline Lufthansa: German airline Lufthansa is in discussion these days. Recently, the airline refused to give boarding passes to passengers of a Jewish group. Now the airline has apologized for this act. Late Tuesday night, the airline issued an apology on its social media account. In which some reasons are also given. The airline says that some passengers in this group refused to wear masks.
German airline Lufthansa has written in its apology that whatever happened, we will investigate them, we will see what happened during that time. We apologize to all those passengers. The airline has written in this letter that we are sorry that something like this happened to the passengers of Jevish Group. With this, it is further written in this letter that we will talk to all those passengers about how we can improve our customer service.
Lufthansa regrets the circumstances surrounding the decision to exclude passengers from flight LH 1334 on May 4. Lufthansa sincerely apologizes. Please find our statement below: pic.twitter.com/yGXoD62QY1
— Lufthansa (@lufthansa) May 10, 2022
According to media reports, on May 4, Lufthansa airline refused to give boarding passes to passengers of the Jevish Group flight from New York to Budapest. Airline employees argued with passengers about masks and locked them in one place. At the same time, according to some reports, it was told that the employees of the airline had refused entry to the passengers without masks. The video of this incident is also going viral on social media. Due to which social media users have lambasted the airline for this act.
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