In case you missed it, more than 100 passengers were left stranded in an airport hotel in Germany for three days after their TAP Air Portugal flight was cancelled. The cause? The co-pilot was drunk.
The flight had been scheduled to take off Friday from Stuttgart Airport in Germany to Lisbon, Germany when an airport staff member noticed the co-pilot stumbling and reeking of alcohol.
Authorities chose to keep the plane grounded and gave the 106 passengers hotel rooms to stay in overnight. Okay, but on Saturday, passengers found out their flight had been rescheduled for yesterday, leaving them stranded at the airport all weekend. The airline was not immediately available for comment, but at last check - everyone finally got on their way.
Source: Fox News