scubabride2 From United States of America, joined Dec 2011, 2 posts, RR: 0 Posted (2 years 12 months 4 days 18 hours ago) and read 1793 times:
My kid has been stuck at NGO because of a gate agent screw up, thought he was listed last nite and would not check him in to list, so did not get on..slept in Airport. Now he is 21 for 17 seats S4 buddy date 07/29/2005 not looking good. will put him in hotel and go again tommorrow, what has best loads
scubabride2 From United States of America, joined Dec 2011, 2 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (2 years 12 months 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 1752 times:
I think you were kind of rude. Sorry but I am a desperate Mother. Yes it was nonrev..lol but still cost over $700. I am on disability and do not have the money to do what u said. I flew here with no problem except a delay in ATL. He would have gotten on the first night except my buddy split the flight for the stop in NGO, if he had left it straight thru he would have been cleared like everyone who was originally listed BEHIND him was. Tonight they got him on and took him back off.
I used every cent I had from my disibility to pay for a flight to HKG on China Eastern and then into Clark on SEAIR, but it will be worth it for my son to see the land he was adopted and taken away from as an infant, and to see his brother that he has not seen in 5 years.
So YES it is a non rev, and a kind person told me to post here, but I sure as heck was not made to feel welcome by you!
Quoting scubabride2 (Reply 3): and a kind person told me to post here, but I sure as heck was not made to feel welcome by you!
With all respect, I can not see any offensive wording in the first two replies.
It is just unusual that a person signs up here on Airliners.net (aka A.net) where there is a charge for getting a user account in order to be able to post in the forums.
There are other websites whose users would have been able to answers your questions, too, but without any costs involved.
Be it as it is ... : Welcome to A.net !
And, most important, it is good to hear that your son has arrived (or is on his way ...).