Transavia refuses to board a young cancer patient

Tuesday, 2 October 2012
EINDHOVEN – A 12-year-old boy with cancer was refused to board a Transavia flight from Eindhoven to Berlin last week.

The boy was in need of an emergency treatment in a Berlin clinic. According to his father, he presented himself at the Transavia check-in counter at Eindhoven Airport, immediately after booking, 45 minutes before departure. Here, he was told that the counter was closed, that boarding passes could no longer be printed and that there was nothing they could do about it.Desperate, the mother took the boy for a 750-kilometer drive to Berlin. Transavia admits to be at fault.Original article:

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