Mandryk: News of costly Sask. Party charter flights comes at a bad time
It’s always the little travel expenses that get politicians: That $16 glass of orange juice. Ordering a $3,600 limousine service in London when you could have easily taken the Tube. But a flight to a post-budget chamber of commerce luncheon in North Battleford? Really? Well, sometimes what outrages people isn’t just the little things: It’s when we find out about them. Through the fine reporting of Canadian Press’s Mickey Djuric, we’ve just found out Finance Minister Donna Harpauer spent $7,872.60 for a March 25 chartered flight to North Battleford to attend a post-budget chamber of commerce lunch. The story has stirred a summertime storm of anger.
A woman died in her sleep during a flight between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. His body stayed on the siege, next to his relatives, when he was even more than 8 hours of travel. © supplied by Zinfos She dies in full flight, her relatives remain sitting by her side for 8 hours
The drama occurred on Friday August 5, reports The Guardian . A woman died in her sleep while she was on an airplane. She was accompanied by her children and her husband.
his relatives realized his death and alerted the airline teams. The lifeless body remained in the seat. The children and the deceased's husband were able to take the time to say goodbye, explains a friend who published a prize pool for the family.
The relatives of the victim were sitting next to his lifeless body for 8 hours. But the plane finally landed urgently in Germany, a thousand kilometers from its final destination, the United Kingdom. A call for help was therefore disseminated on social networks in order to finance the repatriation of the body and the funeral.
Co-Pilot Appeared 'Visibly Upset' and 'May Have Gotten Sick' Before Exiting Plane Mid-Flight, Report Says .
The co-pilot "removed his headset, apologized, and departed the airplane," according to the NTSB's preliminary reportA preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board is offering new insight into the final moments of a North Carolina co-pilot who exited his plane mid-air last month.