Family Alleges Alaska Airlines Deserted Teen Daughter at SFO.
A North Carolina family is seeking a full refund from Alaska Airlines after it claims the carrier "abandoned" their unaccompanied 13-year old daughter, who was traveling alone from Raleigh, N.C. to Spokane, Wash.
Douglas Davila says he received a frantic call from his teenager during a layover at San Francisco International Airport, saying she was left alone. The teen borrowed a cellphone from a sympathetic fellow passenger.
"It's hard when you hear your son or daughter say, 'I'm by myself in San Francisco,'" Davila said. "My heart was in my throat. I was shaking,"
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