-Flight 893 was scheduled to depart from Charlotte Douglas International Airport enroute to Nassau on Monday
-Passengers say the group from Boston, aged 17-18, refused to wear their masks
-The group were believed to be on their way to the Bahamas for a high school graduation trip
-It is not clear if the teens were being chaperoned given American Airlines allows those aged between 15 to 17 to travel unaccompanied
-The airline said the flight faced an 'extended delay' and was rescheduled for Tuesday morning
-The teens were unable to check in to a hotel due to age requirements and had to sleep in the airport overnight
American Airlines was forced to cancel a flight from North Carolina to the Bahamas after a group of 30 teenagers refused to wear face masks - and they were then forced to sleep in the airport overnight because they were too young to check into a hotel.
Flight 893 was scheduled to depart from Charlotte Douglas International Airport enroute to Nassau on Monday when passengers say the group of teens from Boston started being 'very obnoxious'.
Fellow passengers say the group, aged 17 and 18, refused to wear their masks as required.
The group were believed to be on their way to the Bahamas for a graduation trip.