US City Paying People to Visit and Paraplegic United Passenger Had to Scoot Down the Aisle Himself

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  1. I wouldn’t go to buffalo in the summer either, even if they paid me
    it is one of the most depressing cities of it’s size in the country

  2. My bet is in 5-10 years:

    Alaska and jetBlue merge, Allegiant and Sun Country merge, Frontier and Spirit merge. Its not like the DOJ can argue against them after they let the big four merge.

  3. The paraplegic passenger has apoint busting United for the lack of a chair in Chicago and maybe the Dominican Republic but United isn’t responsible for the lack of a gate ramp there. I thin that is entirely the airport’s pervue…

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