If you thought your last flight was awful, read this and feel lucky.
One woman's flight from the Dominican Republic was delayed by an entire day.
The flight from Punta Cana to New York City took off on time, but things when downhill from there.
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Lauren Karasek, a passenger on board, decided to live-tweet the whole situation.
They're letting us off 20 people at a time, but they rejected my emergency snow slide idea as "unrealistic." Whatever.— Lauren Karasek (@ElleKarasek) February 16, 2016
Things started getting messy when the flight was stuck circling above JFK Airport waiting for clearance. They were getting a bit low on fuel so they decided to head over to nearby New Hampshire to fuel up.
They finally made their way back to New York City but they got trapped in the skies circling above JFK yet again, this time because of turbulence.
This doesn't even signal the end of their saga: the problem at JFK was so bad that the plane had to redirect yet again, this time to Boston.
"A customs agent is making their way from the east coast so we can refuel." @Delta do I just live on flight DL0944 now?— Lauren Karasek (@ElleKarasek) February 16, 2016
Lauren then Tweeted: "Ok @DeltaAssist: we're on the runway, captain says he doesn't know why we can't get off, no one knows if/how we're getting to NYC. ANY info?!"
The fouled-up flight finally made it back to New York City more than a day after it was originally scheduled to return.
Lauren finished her round of live tweets claiming this would be her 'last Delta flight ever'.
She also shared a snapshot of a conversation held with a member of Delta customer service which said no compensation or reimbursement would be possible due to the weather conditions.
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