Imagine boarding an airplane on a hot afternoon only to find out that the air-condition in the airplane is not functioning. That would be embarrassing not only for you but the airline company.
Speaking of airplanes, a video recently circulating the internet shows where passengers that boarded an airplane were angrily disembarking from the aircraft.
According to the video which lasted for 55 seconds, the incident took place at Enugu International airport. The passenger were leaving the aircraft because the air-condition was not working and the weather was very hot. The video was posted on Twitter by instablog9ja.
At the beginning of the video some passengers could be seen using paper to fan themselves inside the airplane, the young man recording the video had to bring the camera close to his face to show the sweat on his forehead. The aircraft belonged to the Dana Airways company and this is a very bad review for their company. You can watch the video here
After the video was verified and reposted by instablog9ja on Twitter, so many people jumped on the post to react and comment. Below are some of the comments.
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