A recent woman who flew with Air Canada said she had been forced by her flight to a dark, empty plane to find her own way out of the plane.
Tiffani Adams said she was a passenger aboard a flight from Quebec to Toronto Pearson International Airport on June 9, when she fell asleep while driving.
AIR CANADA PILOT ORDERED 23 PIZZAS FOR PASSENGERS ON GROUNDED PLANE rowing alone as she fell asleep during the 90-minute flight. She said she had woken up in total darkness, "at midnight (a few hours after landing the flight) was still iced down on my seat."
When she tried to contact a friend, her phone died. She tried to charge it, but there was no power in the plane. Adams said she found a flashlight in the cockpit and tried to alert someone through the windows of the plane.
With the help of the light, she could unlock a door, but not get off, because there was a 40 to 50 foot gap between her and the ground. Adams said she spotted a baggage car driving near her when she literally dangled her legs out of the plane to hell they let me on the plane … I wonder too, "Adams said a ladder and said she had "jumped to safety."
At that point, she said, "The Air Canada cars stop and drive me to Pearson, where another Air Canada representative picks me up and asks if it does well and I would like to have a limousine and a hotel. "She said that all she wanted to do was go home as she had to work in a few hours.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP to forward the series of events that She claimed she was trapped in a powerless plane, claiming that the company had made inquiries. "[because] There are checks in place to prevent people being locked into the plane at night."
A spokesman for Air Canada confirmed to Fox News that they stay in touch "with the customer" on Sunday, but are still investigating what is said to have happened.