H1N1 sufferer blames Air Canada for her flying while sick
- November 12, 2009 11:54 AM
- By Enza Uda
A woman who tried to rebook her Air Canada flight because she contracted H1N1 was told by the airline that she would have to pay an extra $692 to push back her departure date.
Liz Overduin said she felt she had no choice but to fly sick.
Overduin has since recovered from her illness, but says she hasn't recovered from the treatment she got from Air Canada.
CBC News contacted Air Canada for comment on this story. But an airline spokesperson said the company is complying with all regulations.
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