Morning Edition Returns: Wrong Airline, Wrong City A computerized system was not working at Los Angeles International Airport over the weekend when a woman boarded a Qantas flight to Melbourne, Australia, and went to sleep. Only when the plane approached Melbourne did the woman discover she was not on the Cathay Pacific flight to Hong Kong that she intended to board.
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Morning Edition Returns: Wrong Airline, Wrong City

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Morning Edition Returns: Wrong Airline, Wrong City

Morning Edition Returns: Wrong Airline, Wrong City

Morning Edition Returns: Wrong Airline, Wrong City

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A computerized system was not working at Los Angeles International Airport over the weekend when a woman boarded a Qantas flight to Melbourne, Australia, and went to sleep. Only when the plane approached Melbourne did the woman discover she was not on the Cathay Pacific flight to Hong Kong that she intended to board.