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On a recent JetBlue flight from New York (JFK) to Los Angeles, passengers onboard the flight found themselves almost about to divert due to a crying baby! The child was crying for over an hour and the pilots were notified of the situation, where they decided they’d may have to divert.
Ultimately, the airline decided not to divert, and instead gave everyone free headphones to try to rectify the situation. The child finally stopped crying, but I couldn’t imagine sitting through this on a long transcontinental flight.
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