A couple abandoned a child at the airport Tel Aviv in Israel. The two had arrived at the airport without a ticket for the child. The two travelers did Check in at the international airport Ben-Gurion for a flight Ryanair with destination Brussels with the baby. But it turned out he didn’t have a ticket. The couple boarded their plane and left it at the airline’s check-in desk. The matter was reported to police, a Ryanair spokeswoman told CNN: “These passengers traveled from Tel Aviv to Brussels on January 31. Turned up for check-in without a reservation for the baby. They then went through security and abandoned the baby. The check-in clerk at Ben Gurion Airport contacted airport security, who traced the passengers. Now the matter is the responsibility of police». As per company policy, infants can be included in a flight booking during the online registration process. For the little ones there is a fee of 25 euros or the local currency equivalent per way if the child is seated on an adult’s lap during the journey. Otherwise, a seat must also be paid for if the parents want their child to travel in a child seat. CNN adds that the Ben Gurion Port Authority has confirmed the story, adding that the couple had passports from Belgium. An Israeli police spokesman said the boy was already with his parents when police arrived. There will therefore be no investigation.
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