Old Dec 4, 18, 12:23 pm
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Originally Posted by newyorkgeorge View Post
An UM is usually going to be in good health and can be easily controlled. A service for disabled paxs or paxs in poor health is an accident waiting to happen, as in this case. No way any airline wants to be on the hook for someone unable to care for their own physical needs between custodians, even with high UM rates.
I don't believe that there is any suggestion that it's a good idea. Simply, that it isn't offered and until it is, it does not exist.
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