Man Who Flew to the Wrong Grenada (or is it Granada?) Loses Court Case

Image via Passport

Image via Passport

You may remember the story of Dr. Edward Gamson. He was the one who booked his flight by phone to the Caribbean Island of Grenada instead of Granada, Spain. He wasn’t completely in the dark about his blunder, as when he noticed the plane was heading west instead of east after a layover in London, he immediately asked the flight attendant. But even though British Airways offered new “free of charge” flights for him and his travel companion, plus 50,000 miles, Gamson said that the cost of the mix-up cost him over $34,000. Unfortunately, the judge didn’t see it Gamson’s way and immediately dismissed the case. 

 

 

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