LOS ANGELES — All Nippon Airways (ANA) has apologized to 226 passengers that were treated to an 8-hour flight to nowhere.
ANA Flight 175 was set to fly from LAX to Tokyo, but four hours into the journey, the crew discovered an extra passenger on board.
Two brothers with similar names were booked on separate flights on two separate airlines to Tokyo, but somehow both got on ANA Flight 175.
Model and TV personality Chrissy Teigen happened to be on the flight with her hubby with the pipes, John Legend, and gave live tweet updates as the eight hour u-turn unfolded, according to CNN.
Yeah, it must have been horrible sitting in first class for eight hours and then having the media write stories about your ordeal - first world problems.
What Teigen should have done is made John give the 226 passengers a little in-flight concert. Now that would have been an epic flight to nowhere.