Old Jul 23, 19, 2:51 pm
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davie355
 
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Originally Posted by LondonElite View Post
...and then what?
The plane returned to the gate at CLT to offload the passenger

IMO these incidents need to be written off in the cost of shared transportation (i.e. commercial air travel). It is not productive to ban such passengers. And who knows it could be you someday - say your child is rushed to the hospital with a life threatening injury, would you really not try to deplane?
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