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Friday, October 7, 2016

Guy “Stuck” in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company

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Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company

It is said that the journey itself is more important than the destination. Maybe only those who had never had to endure a long airport layover would agree. For most travellers, a layover is the worst part of the trip and even 10 or 20 hours of waiting feels like an entire eternity when you are stuck in an airport.

But a 20-hours stopover is nothing compared to the connection one guy was offered recently. James Lloyd was looking for a flight from New Zealand to the UK on Skyscanner, a global search engine for airplane flights, and the result he got was shocking. Mister Lloyd was offered with a 47-year (!) stopover in Bangkok.

Amazed to find a 413,786-hour wait for his connecting flight, James wrote a message on the company’s Facebook page. “Hi Skyscanner. Just wondering what you’d recommend I do during the 47 year layover your website has suggested?” Check out below what the company answered. Their response was all kinds of awesome.

Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company
Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company
Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company
Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company
Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company
Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company
Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company
Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company
Guy 'Stuck' in Airport for 47 Years Gets Exceptional Response from Travel Company

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