Passengers had been left in tears after being caught on a scorching aircraft in Good for 90 minutes; the captain was obliged to permit them again on to the airbridge to chill down as a number of turned unwell.
This night at 7:35 p.m., a British Airways plane from Good to Heathrow was scheduled to take off, however drained passengers had been pressured to attend an extra hour and a half within the heat cabin with out air-con.
‘It’s disgraceful. It's hotter than hell on this aircraft. British Airways is slowly killing us,’ one offended passenger told MailOnline.
‘Passengers are crying and on the verge of passing out.’
‘It’s actually disgusting that they don't have any air-con. British Airways is actually a joke.’
The cabin crew and the pilot apologised to the passengers for the incident as two passengers turned unwell and needed to be taken off the aircraft.
The passenger mentioned, “They’re now handing out water and telling everybody to go to the jetty.”
Since then, passengers have been informed to exit and wait on the air bridge whereas they fan themselves to remain cool.
In an effort to be taught the standing of their flight, travellers are presently stranded within the tunnel. It's unclear why the aircraft was unable to take off on the scheduled time.