Air France passengers are asked to chip in at refueling stop

08/16/2012 | Reuters

An Air France flight headed to Beirut that was diverted to Amman wound up landing in Damascus, Syria, to fuel up -- but authorities there refused the airline's credit card. As a result, the crew asked passengers to pony up cash but wound up not having to take any from them; an airline representative confirmed that a payment was made but did not say what method was used.

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