Sydneysiders heading to Booderee National Park in Jervis Bay – famous for its white sand beaches –  are being turned around and sent home

Sydneysiders heading to Booderee National Park in Jervis Bay – famous for its white sand beaches –  are being turned around and sent home

That’s because the area which only has a population of about 400 people is not actually part of New South Wales – it’s a territory which is under the governance of the Commonwealth, much the same as the ACT.

Rao – who like everyone else was only given a $12 food voucher for their troubles – said passengers were offered virtually no explanation as to the scheduling oversight, and decried the airline for offering the already taken flight as a solution.

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Eventually, after several hours, travelers were told the missed takeoff and subsequent delays stemmed from sort of ‘malfunction’, and later on, were told that they were waiting for a part to be flown in all the way from Georgia.

It missed its 10am takeoff the day prior after the crew ‘reported an odor during a pre-departure cabin check’, it has since been revealed. Passengers were offered the voucher afterwards – and later a $1000 travel credit – as a form of compensation.

After nearly a day of waiting – during which travelers were reportedly not allowed to get their luggage back or even exchange tickets – the passengers were eventually told they would be boarding a 10am Hawaiian flight leaving Wednesday, the New York-based NBC affiliate reported.

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Rao added that the idea came directly from the pilot, who is seen in footage shared with WNBC being surrounded by a seemingly endless crowd of passengers, who did not appear too pleased upon learning another group of passengers had been assigned to the flight.

Shortly before, Hawaiian – which made headlines earlier this month when a plane from Honolulu to Sydney hit severe turbulence and left seven injured – issued a statement that still shed little light on the situation.