Cellist booted from American Airlines flight, despite buying ticket for her cello
Many airlines have policies that allow musicians to bring their instruments on board the plane, so long as they buy a ticket. This became especially important after the infamous “United Breaks Guitars” incident. Given that incident, cellist Jingjing Hu did not want to check her $30,000 instrument. So, she bought it a ticket. The first round of her trip was great. But the second round did not go so great––she was allowed to board, and then suddenly she was escorted from her seat by law enforcement.
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