Man, 2 children asked to deplane over tweet
A Minneapolis man and his two children were asked to leave a Southwest Airlines flight in Denver after he tweeted about a boarding disagreement.
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#1 Jul 24, 2014
Let me break this down for all of you non-airline folks. Just because you buy a ticket, it doesn't give you a right to say and do whatever you want. Every airline has a Contract of Carriage which YOU agree to abide by when you purchase your ticket. So, you must act accordingly. I seriously doubt he was as docile as he is making himself out to be.
With all that being said, and if he was as calm as he said, Southwest Airlines does have some extremely rude frontline ground employees. I have seen it with my own eyes several times.
All in all, it's stupid story that didn't need to be posted. Boo Hoo, you were embarrassed because you tried to break the rules. Also, everyone knows that airlines have some crappy, rude employees. No surprise. So the story is pointless. Good job FOX23 for trying to make something out of nothing.
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