Through it all, he said, gate agents did not explain the reason for the shuffle. Dana, thanks for the hat tip. A New York family says they were denied family boarding privileges on a Southwest flight over the weekend because the couple are same-sex partners. They are the airline that can decide after boarding that a person of size needs to buy two tickets- and then either a hold the flight until said person complies or b leaves or c is forceably removed from the plane. She is 83, Morse said, and requires assistance.
This conversation in the boarding area had nothing to do with discrimination, we welcomed both parents to board the aircraft with their children.
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At a minimum, a link to their mainstream Taking the Kids page would be helpful. The two parents did not agree with our policy, and our Flight Crew worked to save seats together on the aircraft for the family as the conversation continued in the gate area. Communities HuffPost Personal Videos. Our Operations Agent informed two parents that another member of their group was ineligible to board under Family Boarding and asked that she board in her assigned boarding group. Dana, thanks for the hat tip. Through it all, he said, gate agents did not explain the reason for the shuffle. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
Morse said after his family was turned away, a mom, dad and toddler were then allowed to board together as a family. They are the airline that can decide after boarding that a person of size needs to buy two tickets- and then either a hold the flight until said person complies or b leaves or c is forceably removed from the plane. A laudable effort, then, despite my criticisms. On the site, too, are links to the corporate diversity policy, supplier diversity program, and community relations program. I hope they build it into something even more inclusive and useful for the entire LGBT community. Congress is demanding that airlines step up their customer service operations in the wake of an April incident in which a United passenger was dragged off a plane after refusing to give up his seat for an off-duty United employee.