A corona outbreak occurs on a vacation plane from Greece.
Allegedly, a number of passengers were negligent with their face masks.
The plane flew from the Greek holiday island of
Cardiff in Great Britain (Wales)
A passenger raises charges against the crew: Allegedly some passengers were wearing their
to protect against
Corona outbreak in vacation flyers: travelers with serious allegations - "Can't be that ..."
Update on 2 September 2020:
Update on 2 September 2020:
This flight made the
a stir: about 200
have after a flight from
Greece to the UK
, 16 persons were positive for the
After a passenger had made violent
shortly after landing
, another passenger now comments on the
As Victoria Webb from
reported to RTL, TUI only
five days after the
to her home country.
In the conversation, the 36-year-old now raises serious allegations against the British health authorities.
However, Webb doesn't say a bad word to the crew.
Even if many passengers wore the
masks under their noses
or even under their chins, the crew was "very attentive".
In addition, according to the British, it is the responsibility of the passengers, who should now know how to wear a mask correctly.
Corona on the plane: Passenger only finds out about the virus risk on the train
The criticism of the 36-year-olds is rather directed at the British
They have not contacted Webb to this day, although she had filled out a form on board.
She only found out about the disaster flight from the press.
On the way back to London she read about it in an article.
While on the train she was
in a single compartment.
Five days later, TUI informed them by email.
"It cannot be that you find out through the
that you have been exposed to the coronavirus," explains Webb in the interview.
According to RTL, the travel company TUI is concerned about the reports from the
Accordingly, all allegations are now being investigated.
“Our crew is trained according to the highest standards.
We started an extensive investigation because the security risks were not reported during the flight, "RTL quotes the travel company.
Corona outbreak in vacation flyers: flight from Greece ends in disaster - "full of Covidiotes"
from August 31, 2020:
Munich / Cardiff - The next spectacular
outbreak - this time on a TUI holiday plane from
After a flight from the picturesque holiday island of
Cardiff in Wales
coronavirus cases were
found that are linked to the trip mentioned.
Corona outbreak in a German TUI holiday plane from Greece to Wales
The British The Guardian reports on this.
Even more: According to the report, seven of the total of 200 passengers were allegedly suspected of being
infected with Covid 19
on the flight itself
The passengers had been tested after their arrival in the UK.
The 200 passengers on the flight now have to
Corona outbreak on a TUI holiday plane from Great Britain.
© Preussag_AG / dpa
travel company TUI Airways
in one of its aircraft.
The question behind it: How did this disaster come about?
A British passenger on the flight now raised allegations against fellow passengers and the crew - with sharp choice of words.
In focus: the
Corona outbreak in TUI aircraft: passenger raises allegations because of face masks
"Many of the people wore the masks under the nose, or even under the chin," Stephanie Whitfield said, according to
in the radio station
BBC Radio 4
: "They took off their masks to talk to friends, and they walked the aisles up and down to talk to her friends without masks. "
"The vast majority" of the passengers had not been reminded of the
by the crew
, she said: "Next to me sat a man who wore his mask around his chin during the entire flight, and the stewardess spoke to him and said nothing to him."
Coronavirus in TUI planes: Covid-19 infections on the flight - did passengers not wear face masks?
According to the report, Whitfield became
(and the choice of words): "The flight was full of selfish 'Covidiots' and an incompetent crew who could not care less." (Pm)
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