An US flight was cancelled after 30 teens on board a jet declined to wear face masks, according to reports.Dozens were left stranded when the captain of an American Airlines service from North Carolina to Nassau in the Bahamas refused to take off.Flight 893 was required to stay on the ground since the youngsters presumably would not comply with legal requirements at 9.30 am local time on Monday.As an outcome, the 17 and 18-year-olds were required to oversleep Charlotte Douglas International Airport over night as they were too young to inspect into a hotel.Passengers also on the service said the group from Boston were “extremely obnoxious”. CHECKED OUT MOREThey are believed to be on their method to the Bahamas for a graduation trip.Malik Banks, who was seated beside them, said: “It was bad. They were screaming. They were cursing. They were being extremely obnoxious.”Fellow traveler Stephanie Krzywanski filmed the bust up and called regional news station WLTX from the cabin.She stated: “There were a group of high school seniors commemorating their graduation who were being rowdy and not using their masks.”What took place was a great deal of backward and forward in between, I assume, the parents.”Christina Randolph included: “All they had to do was follow the rules, put the mask on, sit there. No smart-mouth remarks. And they could not do it.”An airline company spokesperson verified to WLTX the group was “non-compliant” with the federal mask required that needs travelers to use a face covering on planes.Police sources stated that nobody was arrested.The Standard reached out to American Airlines for more comment.