Doctor Requests Compensation for Assisting Passenger During a Flight
A Doctor wants compensation for helping passenger on a US Airways flight, helping to prevent a possible diversion of the flight due to a health emergency. In return for assisting a passenger who allegedly overdosed on sleeping pills for four hours, or approximately half the total duration of the flight, the doctor reportedly requested two tickets for two people to Tel Aviv, Israel from US Airways.
While some FlyerTalk members believe the doctor should indeed be compensated for the amount of time and effort that was invested in assisting the passenger, others are outraged that a doctor would even request anything at all.
What do you believe the doctor deserves, as well as actually received, for services rendered on-board that US Airways flight?