Airline Denies Boarding To Passengers With HIV

Discussion in 'Blogstand' started by BoardingArea, Aug 15, 2014.  |  Print Topic

  1. BoardingArea

    BoardingArea News Feed

    Messages:
    73,877
    Likes Received:
    463
    Status Points:
    20
    Two men are suing Spring Airlines for ~$8,000 after they were denied boarding off a July 28 flight from Shenyang to Shijiazhuang. Why were they denied boarding? Because they informed the check-in agent that they had HIV. The company has a policy against carrying passengers with "infectious diseases," but claims they don't have a policy of denying passengers with HIV unless they make it "overly noticeable." I don't even know where to begin with this one... The post Airline Denies Boarding To Passengers With HIV appeared first on One Mile at a Time. Related StoriesJet Airways Flight Drops 5,000 FeetAnother Perspective On La Compagnie Business ClassAir China First Class Award Space New York To Beijing

    Continue reading...
     

Share This Page