Traveling is stressful. You have to remember to pack all your necessities, arrive at the airport on time and find the correct terminal.
For British Airway passenger Edward Gamson, stress was added to what was supposed to be a two hour flight from London to Grenada, Spain. Instead, Gamson ended up on a nine hour flight to Granada.
“I have a lifelong interest in Islamic art. I’m also of Spanish Jewish heritage so it was something I had always wanted to do to visit Granada and the Alhambra,” Gamson told The Independent.
British Airways reimbursed Gamson $4,500 for his ticket, but is suing the airline for $34,000 in damages.