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    Default 5 y/o Dom boy put on wrong plane.

    Well, who knew this was even possible. A five year old boy was put on a flight unaccompanied. Jet blue sent him to Boston instead of NY. Children flying internationally without a guardian in the custody of an airline? First I've heard of it.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/...icle-1.2773480

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    Red Sucks trying to mold him to play against the Yankees in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronxboy View Post
    Red Sucks trying to mold him to play against the Yankees in the future.
    And so it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mofongoloco View Post
    Well, who knew this was even possible. A five year old boy was put on a flight unaccompanied. Jet blue sent him to Boston instead of NY. Children flying internationally without a guardian in the custody of an airline? First I've heard of it.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/...icle-1.2773480
    They are only allowed to fly on direct flights. A parent or guardian normally has to accompany them to the gate on departure, and they need to be met at the gate on arrival.

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    Good grief. If Jet Blue can send a 5 year old to the wrong place, I wonder how they do on luggage. Poor kid must have been scared.

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    Not just 1, 2 boys. They mixed them up and sent them to the wrong cities.

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    the kid's outfit is hilarious.

    mom came back after a week and left the kid behind so she can get her groove on in NY!

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    Not going to defend JetBlue.......but come on......sending a 5 year old unaccompanied on a 4 hour flight?

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    Default Beware when sending kid on their own to the DR

    JetBlue lost my son! Airline sends boy, five, to Boston on the wrong flight while his mother waits for him in New York... then presents her with the someone else's child
    Maribel Martinez was waiting in New York for her five-year-old son Andy
    But bungling JetBlue staff put him on a flight to Boston - 214 miles away
    She was presented with the wrong child when the plane touched down
    After a frantic three hour search for Andy, he was put on the phone to his mother and told her 'Mami, they put me on another plane'

    A horrified mother was presented with the wrong child at JFK airport - after bungling airline staff put her five-year-old son on a flight to Boston.
    Maribel Martinez, 38, was waiting in New York for her son, Andy, to return home from a family visit in the Dominican Republic.
    But after the mix-up, Andy ended up 214 miles away after another boy was mistakenly put on the plane to New York


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