Paul Katz bought two tickets — one for himself and one for his cello — in the cabin of a flight from Calgary to Los Angeles. But the captain told him his centuries-old cello had to fly as checked baggage. After an agonizing flight, Katz cried when the captain returned his cello, unharmed.
Skies Less-Than Friendly When Packing A Cello
By editor • Aug 27, 2012
Originally published on August 27, 2012 3:59 pm