Mathew Lewis aka Neville Longbottom in Harry Potter blasphemes Airline Canada ; Here’s why

Hollywood actor Mathew Lewis, who is famous for a pivotal role in the world famous series of Harry Potter as Neville Longbottom, condemns the authority vehemently for going through a very unpleasant experience.

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Air Canada is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Canada with respect to the fleet size and number of passengers carried but this time Hollywood actor Mathew Lewis, who is famous for a pivotal role in the world famous series of Harry Potter as Neville Longbottom, condemns the authority vehemently for going through a very unpleasant experience.

As per his allegations he was on his way to a fan convention in Canada and was kicked to economy from first class with barely any explanation and no apology at all.

The cardigan-wearing hero Neville Longbottom in the Hp franchise, told his Twitter followers that he first class ticket was torn up when he approached the gate at Orlando International Airport, and he was bumped down to economy, reports mirror.co.uk.

The 33-year-old actor took to Twitter on Friday to vent his frustration, writing: “Confirmed. @AirCanada is the worst airline in North America. And that’s saying something.”

“Kicking me out of first class to back of plane is what it is but doing it at the gate. Literally tearing my ticket up. No explanation other than “full fligha,” he stated.
As soon as his tweet hit the feed it nearly nearly received 4,000 likes and been retweeted 434 times, with others sharing their own grievances about the airline.

He further clarifies through the comment section “if I wanted to sort it I should go to customer service. I asked where that was. “Toronto.” I’m in Orlando,”.
“But at the gate, less than two minutes to boarding and without explanation or apology? Never. They even said if I wanna complain or get a refund I have to reach out to them!” the actor explained.
In a statement to CTV News Toronto, the actor confirmed he hadn’t yet spoken to Air Canada in person about the incident yet.
“Air Canada customer service is s***e,”. He also warns people saying, “And we as a society should not be okay with normalising the profiteering of overbooking and kicking people off flights.”

Meanwhile, Air Canada responded to this penning : “Hi Matthew, we regret hearing this. Please send us a DM with further details of the issue, we’ll see if we can help from here.”

The company told CTV News Toronto that the matter was under review, and they can’t yet provide further comment.