Should Airlines Consider Religious Beliefs in How Seats Are Assigned?

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    Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men are reportedly increasingly delaying flights because of the seat to which they have been assigned if they find that a woman is seated next to it, resulting in them either hesitating — or outright absolutely refusing — to be seated until either he or the woman moves... ...which brings a question to mind: should airlines consider religious beliefs in how seats are assigned? Several flights from New York to Israel during the past year have been delayed when ultra-Orthodox Jewish men have refused to sit next to women, according to... The post Should Airlines Consider Religious Beliefs in How Seats Are Assigned? appeared first on The Gate.

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