The Taylors come from Alcester, about 35 miles south of Birmingham in England. Paula Taylor, her husband and their little daughter of ten, Brooke, had in June last year, a holiday spent on the Balearic island of Minorca. To be sure together to be able to sit, they were on their way back to the house early and left for the airport. They got the seat numbers 41 D, E and F assigned.Read also the Mayor of Rome in the battle with the church over 1.5 million euro in coins in trevi Fountain
Nice. Were it not for their three booked seats - cost 1.460 euro - on the plane itself not even proved to exist. After everyone was on board, there was only one free place. Her daughter should sit down, while the parents of these children but had to take a seat on foldable seats meant for the crew.
Once cruising speed had to be the staff, of course, to the work. But the refreshments and other supplies were stored behind the fold-down seats of mother and father Taylor. They had on the floor where their seats were located. Daughter Brooke chose also to, in addition to her parents, to crawl because they not only wanted to sit. The crew thanked the family for the concept.