easyJet customers disgusted by filthy cabins

EasyJet blames government for delays and flight cancellations

EasyJet blames government for delays and flight cancellations

WITH news that flights are departing with minimal passengers on board you would think it would give the cabin crew some extra time on their hands.

easyJet customers have taken to social media to share their disgust at the unsavoury discoveries they have made on board.

It certainly seems that on some recent flights the cabin crew hadn’t been using that extra time to give the planes a good clean.

Photographs have included food on the floor, crumbs on trays, human hair and most unsanitary… dirty tissues.

All this whilst the airline assures easyJet customers that they carry out deep cleans before boarding and all airlines having stepped up onboard sanitation due to the Covid crisis.

Not happy about mess.
Credit: Twitter

One such complaint came from a family of easyJet customers flying back from Italy to Bristol who asked: “Hi @easyJet, could you explain what you mean at the start of the flight when you say, the plane has been cleaned with special anti-bacterial cleaning products and we walk on with this???” Attached were pictures showing hair on every seat and on the floor.

Dirty trays.
Credit: Twitter

Another is quoted as saying: ‘I would like to make a complaint about how dirty the plane was on my flight from Nice to Gatwick yesterday morning. This was how we found all three tray tables in our row. The plane had obviously not been cleaned between flights and given the Covid pandemic I was horrified.’

Again, the attached photographs were less than desirable and showed the fold-down tray table caked in food and crumbs.

So, is it only easyJet customers that are having cleanliness problems? Surely customers are already finding flights a little more stressful than usual?

However, we must remember that although they may not have been cleaned properly, some selfish customers have left the plane in this state in the first place.

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