A lot of people have had their own bad travel experiences, but not all of them share their thoughts with the companies that ruined their trip. One man, however, has made his own grief public in an open letter to Air Canada. There have been Air Canada complaints in the past, but few live up to the anger (and humour) of this particular correspondence.\nJames Asquith, founder and CEO of Holiday Swap, has definitely done his fair share of travelling. He is actually the youngest person to have visited all 196 countries.\nWith this track record, one can assume he's the kind of person who would definitely know what constitutes a bad flight, and in his open letter, he really lays into just how bad his Air Canada experience was.\nAsquith first admits that the flight wasn't the worst he's ever experienced, but that "it was evident that the experience would be truly miserable long before I stepped foot on your rustbucket flying trash can with wings."\nAsquith then goes on to say that he found the best seat on the plane to be the toilet.\nThe open letter takes shots at the cost of headphones, the veal served as an in-flight meal (which Asquith describes as "one of the worst things I have ever put in my mouth"), and the exorbitant cost of upgrading to business class on a plane that Asquith did not plan to fly on (he writes that his flight was changed from a 787 to an A330).\nView this post on Instagram 🇨🇦✈️🇨🇦 An open letter to Air Canada after yesterday’s flight (posting this as I am on my way to the airport for another @aircanada flight). As you know, I almost never do paid posts and try and keep everything real, and real opinions, but in a fun and funny way, and even when something is crap, I’m trying to have a laugh and not be an a$hole). Anyway, Air Canada have replied to this open letter and I’ll post the reply soon - we’re currently ‘negotiating’ because, well, koala bears can’t use travel vouchers, and that would only benefit me, which isn’t what this is about. Credit to them for replying though #koala #australiafires #aircanada #toronto #bushfiresaustralia #fires #charity A post shared by James Asquith (@jamesasquithtravel) on Jan 8, 2020 at 12:58pm PST\n"Hopefully it will be another 8 years before I fly on Air Canada again, but my schedule tells me that I have another flight with your airline in less than 24 hours," Asquith writes. "I know, I can almost hear your metaphorical gasp - pray for James."\nWhile Asquith notes that he never likes to ask for special treatment, he did request that Air Canada run him over with the plane a few times to knock him out before his flight.\nView this post on Instagram 🇺🇸✈️🇺🇸 As far as colder January nights go and a nice cosy fireplace with a glass of red wine to set up office, this works pretty well for me right now! Complete with chocolate Washington monument! A post shared by James Asquith (@jamesasquithtravel) on Jan 5, 2020 at 11:34am PST\nThere was yet another special request in Asquith's letter.\nHe asked that by way of apology, Air Canada should donate $1000 to help koala bears who are threatened by Australia's wildfires. Asquith also said he would match the donation\nIn response to his letter, Air Canada offered Asquith a $500 flight voucher, which he auctioned off on his Instagram, donating the proceeds to wildfire relief.\njamesasquithtravel | Instagram\nThe letter goes into further detail about just how bad the experience was for Asquith, with all its humour stemming from outrage.\nThis has made it popular on social media. Asquith's post has been liked almost 16,000 times as of publication.