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Due to an argument over a ticket, the couple left the baby at the airport

Dublin: A couple travelling on Irish-owned Ryanair Airlines decided to leave their baby at the check-in desk after a disagreement over whether to buy a separate ticket for their child. The incident occurred on Tuesday at the Ryanair desk at Ben-Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, according to the airline.

According to local news agency KAN, the couple was travelling to Brussels on Belgian passports. Airline employees told local media that they left their child in a baby stroller near the desk and walked through immigration. “When booking online, infants must be included in the flight reservation,” according to Ryanair. When travelling with an infant, a fee of €25 (US$27) or the equivalent in local currency must be paid for each one-way flight for the infant. This arrangement should be made when travelling with a baby on an adult’s lap.

“We’ve never seen anything like this before.” We couldn’t believe what we were witnessing. An airline employee told the news agency that the couple had arrived late for their flight to Brussels and were rushing to get through airport security.

The Ryanair check-in agent at Ben Gurion Airport became concerned and contacted airport security, who summoned the passengers and handed them over to police, along with the baby.


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