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Man Sues After Flight Lands in Grenada Instead of Granada.

An American dentist hoping to visit the Spanish city of Granada for a few days before a conference in Portugal got a rude awakening when what he thought would be a two-hour flight from London turned out to be a nine-hour flightto Grenada, in the Caribbean. Time reports that Edward Gamson of Philadelphia is suing British Airways for mixing up the two cities (it apparently happens a lot) and refusing to reimburse the $4,500 first-class tickets he and his partner booked for the trip.

As Gamson told Britain's The Independent, he wanted always wanted to visit Granada, an medieval center of Jewish culture in Spain.

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Author:Butnick, Stephanie
Publication:Tablet Magazine
Geographic Code:4EUSP
Date:Jun 24, 2014
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