Published on : Friday, August 4, 2017
The Canadian teen named Victor Shmulevich, 15, who was returning to Vancouver after a summer program at Yale University left stranded, because the airline authority at Bradley International Airport did not allow any unaccompanied minors on connecting flights. The airline authorities did not allow him to board.
Later, with the help of the agents and the flight attendants of Air Canada, Victor Shmulevich eventually returned to Vancouver, 20 hours after the ordeal began.
The airline authorities of United Airlines said that, they are reviewing their policy and have offered the family with the free air travel vouchers to travel at any destination.
The air line higher authorities compensated the family of Victor Shmulevich with the $500 voucher for all the hassle procedures, but the near relatives and the parents of Shmulevich said they likely won’t fly with the airline again.
Victor Shmulevich complained against the airline management and the workers of Bradley International Airport, but not against the policies of the air travel at United Airlines.
United Airlines has the large network of air connectivity with the different places of USA and abroad.