Passengers outraged on flight to the Canaries due to lack of social distancing
Passengers on an Iberia Express flight departing from Madrid this afternoon (Sunday), complain about the lack of empty seats or rows on the plane as required by the regulations of the state of alarm.
Cabin crew responded with no solution except that "they could get off."
Passengers of flight IB3838 from Madrid to Gran Canaria experienced moments of tension before take off from Madrid airport. Passengers were surprised to see how the plane was filling up, so much so that safety distances were no longer met, and they complained to the crew.
Several passengers have come out on social networks, complaining that the crew's response was that they could get off if they wanted to before the flight left.
At this stage there has been no comment from Iberia Airlines.