Vilma Soltesz, 56, a U.S woman died on holiday in Hungary after being refused a seat on three flights back to New York because she was too heavy to fly, according to her husband.
The airline said it did not have a seat-belt extender for her according to her husband
Vilma from New York, had weighed about 425lbs, had only one leg and used a wheelchair
She died from health complications in Hungary nine days after she was kicked off the first of three flights and now her death could now be the cause of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the airlines.
The Hungary-born couple had traveled to Hungary to stay in their holiday home, a trip they made every year.