Chrissy Teigen’s Travel Nightmare ‘Happens More Often Than People Think’


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Chrissy Teigen with her husband, John Legend. The two were on a plane from Los Angeles to Tokyo that turned around four hours into its flight.

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The model Chrissy Teigen was one of more than 200 passengers on an All Nippon Airways flight that left Los Angeles at 11:36 Tuesday morning and arrived (safely!) at 7:33 p.m. — in Los Angeles.

The Tokyo-bound flight, NH175, was interrupted on behalf of a single mixed-up passenger, who had boarded the incorrect flight.

“As part of the airline’s security procedure, the pilot in command decided to return to the originating airport, where the passenger was disembarked,” the airline said in a statement.

It may seem outrageous, but it is surprisingly common for planes to return to their point of origin midway through a flight, analysts said.

“It happens more often than people think,” said Ian Petchenik, a spokesman for the global flight-tracking service Flightradar.

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All Nippon Airways planes at Haneda Airport in Tokyo. The airline said that it was investigating how a mistaken passenger had made it onto Tuesday’s flight.

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Toru Hanai/Reuters

In the last 24 hours, Flightradar found that 10 flights (of about 150,000) had returned to their origin, for reasons including mechanical issues, weather, a disabled aircraft at the destination airport and, of course, a confused passenger.

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