A passenger who flew on a TUI flight from Zante to Scotland has been tested positive for the coronavirus.
The shock revelation comes just days after numerous people were tested positive flying into Cardiff from Zante.
Dozens were ordered to stay at home and self-isolate and seek medical help.
With the Glasgow case, the airline, Tui, said it was aware a passenger who had flown from Zante to Glasgow on 23rd August had subsequently tested positive.
Tui said Public Health Scotland told it on 26th August about the positive case.
However, numerous people were still allowed to fly from Zante to Cardiff bringing the virus with them.
Tui says they contacted all of the fliers to let them know they had been in contact with a passenger carrying the virus on the flight to Glasgow and all are seeking help with some self-isolating.
Tui says it adheres to safety at all times with masks worn except for when eating.
However, seats are not left empty which means lack of social distancing.
One traveller told news outlets that their Tui flight was full of “covidiots” and “inept crew who couldn’t care less”.
Another claimed there “wasn’t much” policing of rules, including making sure customers wore their masks properly.
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