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Happy Monday: when flying first-class, all sorts of odd things happen

All that talk about Allegiant Air coming to town has us scouring the airline and aviation websites this week.

At Aviation Week we found this tidbit about one very demanding couple who didn't like their treatment on Qantas Airlines:

An Australian couple with first class seats on a Qantas flight from Los Angeles to Melbourne refused to fly when the airline could not offer them pajamas in the right size, reports the Daily Mail.

The couple's antics delayed the flight by 30 minutes, with the pair insisting on being given extra large pajamas to wear on the 15-hour flight. They demanded to leave the A380 and were walked back to the terminal to wait for the next flight.

 
  


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