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United Airlines Kicks Off Passenger For Wearing Too Much Personal Protective Equipment

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Several United employees stopped them before their 11 a.m. departure to Florida, and offered them cheap surgical-style masks. To mollify the airline they put these masks over their Narwall masks. A flight attendant stopped them on the jetway. They wanted the protection of their masks, and were at a standstill. They were kicked off the flight. (viewfromthewing.com) Mehr...

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ImperialEagle
ImperialEagle 2
It just gets more and more stupid. The airlines here in the US were not "bailed-out" by the Government , they were "bought-out". Big Business continues to merge Wall St. with the Government. It's the "Great Re-Set".
patpylot
patrick baker 1
just give the employees covid-recovery checks, not the companies, for the companies have a history of going bankrupt about every 10 years anyway, and the planes can stand a fresh coat of paint every few years too, the result of bad management. The passengers need only wear compliant masks, and United can stop anytime now being so silly. The airlines are strange creatures, so many leased airplanes and other leased assets, no loyality to passengers or their workers, letting them wither away , then to be reborn when the passengers come back, is reasonable to me.

patpylot
patrick baker 1
Memo to any and all prospective United Airlines Passengers; hit the web sit to inform yourself as to the acceptable masks, get one or more of those,, show up wearing one or more of those approved masks, enjoy your flight. Also, keep the mask(s) on properly for the duration of the flight. Comfort animals have been rounded up and off the flights. Are we up next for comfort/anxiety-reducing masks?

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