Naomi Campbell's BA campaign
Naomi Campbell has launched a campaign against British Airways after they banned her from flying with them.
The British supermodel - who was removed from a plane after abusing cabin crew and police officers earlier this month because her luggage went missing - says the airline has now contacted her, begging her to fly with them again.
But Naomi refused out of respect for other passengers who have been inconvenienced by BA since the launch of London Heathrow's Terminal 5.
She said: "Someone from BA called me and asked that I return to fly with them - but this will not occur so early.
"They didn't find my bag and there was a complete disrespect for the passengers.
"I am not speaking for myself - I am speaking for all those who have been disrespected."
Since Terminal 5 opened, over 20,000 bags have gone missing or taken days to be reunited with their owners.
After she was banned from the airline, Naomi believed she could convince them to reverse their decision.
Her spokeswoman said: "Naomi has been flying with British Airways for nearly 30 years and has been a good customer. She hopes this can be resolved amicably."
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