05 junio 2010

13 Reasons I Could Get Thrown Out of A Delta Airplane

"By way of example, and without limitation, Delta may refuse to transport or may remove passengers from its aircraft in any of the following situations:

1) When the passenger's conduct is disorderly, abusive or violent
2) When the passenger is barefoot
3) When the passenger appears to be intoxicated or under the influence of drugs
4) When the passenger attempts to interfere with any members of the flight crew in the pursuit of his or her duties, or fails to obey the instruction of any member of the flight crew.
5) When the passenger has a contagious disease that may be transmissible to other passengers during the normal course of the flight
6) When the passenger has a malodorous condition [oh, man... how could i ever live THAT one down?!]
7) When the passenger is unable to sit in a seat with the seatbelt fastened [oh. so no 4th grade boys allowed, apparently.]
8) When the passenger requires an onboard stretcher kit
9) When the passenger's behavior may be hazardous to himself/herself, the crew or other passengers
10) When the passenger is seriously ill, and fails to provide a physician's written permission to fly.
11) When the passenger is traveling in an incubator.
12) When the passenger’s conduct creates an unreasonable risk of offense or annoyance to other passengers. [but "reasonable annoyance" is still okay, right?]
13) When the passenger’s conduct creates risk of harm or damage to the carrier’s aircraft and/or property. [no machete juggling allowed. i get it. i'll wait.]