‘I’d take it’: Travelers react to jaw-dropping offer to passengers on overbooked flight

EXPLAIN. >> AMID GROWING CONCERNS ABOUT TRIP DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS COMES THIS STORY OF A DELTA FLIGHT FROM GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN. A DELTA FLIGHT GOING TO MINNEAPOLIS FROM A SHAFT, THE AIRLINE OFFERED $10,000 FOR PEOPLE WISHING TO BE SHOCKED, AND MANY PEOPLE DID IT, BUT NOT EVERYONE DID. INSIDE TERMINAL A WE FOUND MORE DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS. FRUSTRATED PASSENGERS, INCLUDING FAIR NAMES LOGANS, IN TOWN FOR A FAMILY REUNION. >> YES, WE DELAYED ON OUR FIRST FLIGHT AND WE HAD TO CHANGE FLIGHTS AND WE HOPE THIS WON’T HAPPEN ANY MORE BECAUSE WE HAVE THINGS TO DO AND WANT TO GET HOME SO WE WILL SEE. >> BUT THEY WILL JUMP AT THIS CHANCE FOR $10,000. >> IF THEY OFFER ME, I WILL TAKE IT. IT WOULD BE UNFORTUNATE NOT TO GET HOME, BUT I WILL DEFINITELY TAKE IT. >> WOULD YOU? >> $10,000, YES, IF IT IS RETURNED TO US IN APPLE PAY OR SOMETHING STYLE. I DON’T WANT CREDIT FROM FLYER. >> DELTA HAS NOT CONFIRMED THIS SPECIFIC AMOUNT, BUT THE CEO THE OTHER DAY APOLOGIZES TO PASSENGERS. THEY HAVE DECIDED TO WAIVE THEIR CHANGE FEES

‘I’ll take it’: Boston travelers react to Delta’s $10,000 offer to passengers on overbooked flight

Amid growing concerns over travel delays and cancellations over the 4th of July weekend, a jaw-dropping deal from a US airline has been announced. Last week, a Delta Air Lines flight from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Minneapolis, Minnesota, was overbooked. In order to fix the problem, Delta reportedly offered passengers on that flight $10,000 each to transfer to a different flight. Not all of the passengers on that flight accepted Delta’s offer, but many of them did. NewsCenter 5 heard of no big deals like this inside Logan International Airport on Saturday, but there were delayed and canceled flights — and frustrated passengers. “Yes, we were delayed on our first flight and had to change flights. And we hope that will not happen yet because we have things to do and we want to go home. So we will see”, said Alex Logan, a Michigan resident returning home from a family reunion in Massachusetts. Logan and his family may have things to do, but they were jumping at the chance for $10,000.” they were offering, I would take it!” Lauren Logan said. “I mean, it would be a shame not to go home, but I would definitely take it.” Alex Logan said. Delta did not confirm specifically offering 10,000 $ to those passengers, but their general manager recently apologized to customers and the airline said it would waive change fees for people adjusting their travel over the July 4 weekend.

Amid growing concerns about travel delays and cancellations over the 4th of July weekend, there are reports of a jaw-dropping offer from a US airline.

Last week, a Delta Air Lines flight from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Minneapolis, Minnesota, was overbooked. In order to fix the problem, Delta reportedly offered passengers on that flight $10,000 each to transfer to another flight.

Not all of the passengers on that flight accepted Delta’s offer, but many of them did.

NewsCenter 5 didn’t hear of any big deals like this inside Logan International Airport on Saturday, but there were delayed and canceled flights — and frustrated passengers.

“Yes, we were delayed on our first flight and had to change flights. And we hope it won’t happen again because we have things to do and we want to get home. So we’ll see,” said Alex Logan. , a Michigan resident returning home from a family reunion in Massachusetts.

Logan and his family may have things to do, but they would jump at the chance for $10,000.

“If they offered it to me, I would take it!” said Lauren Logan. “I mean, it would be a shame not to come home, but I would definitely take it.”

“Ten thousand, yeah, if it’s given to us in Apple Pay or something. I don’t want flyer credit though,” Alex Logan said.

Delta has not confirmed that it specifically offered $10,000 to these passengers, but their general manager recently apologized to customers and the airline said it would waive change fees for people adjusting their weekend travel. end of July 4th.

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