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"Turkish Airlines" airline did not let a passenger with HIV into the plane

The Turkish airline denied an HIV-positive passenger boarding a flight.

During the customs clearance procedure, in the personal belongings of a British citizen, tablets were found for HIV therapy, after which the air carrier refused the man to board the flight, unreasonably referring to the fact that the disease was contagious, and therefore stay on The aircraft may create a danger to other passengers.

It is reported that the passenger had to purchase tickets for another flight, while the airline "Turkish Airlines" returned to him previously paid money in only four weeks.

A British citizen stated his intention to apply to the court in order to recover from the carrier compensation for a spoiled flight, however, representatives of "Turkish Airlines" refuse to comment on this information