Airline Apologizes For Bumping 10-year-old Boy From Flight to Costa Rica

Shanna and Brett Doyle are seen with their sons, Cole, 10, and Simon, 8, in this undated family handout photo. The public outcry over the contentious airline practice of overbooking flights has found a new target in Atlantic Canada, where a 10-year-old P.E.I. boy was bumped from an Air Canada flight that was supposed to take his family to a sunny destination during the March break. The airline apologized to the family Monday after the boy could not be assigned a seat on the flight from Charlottetown to Costa Rica. courtesy Brett Doyle / VIA THE CANADIAN PRESS
The contentious practice by airlines of over booking flights has found a new target in Canada. A report in the Montreal Gazette says a  10-year-old Prince Edward Island

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