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United Airlines Gives Toddler’s Seat Away On Flight

United Airlines Gives Toddler’s Seat Away On Flight

United Airlines issued an apology after a Hawaii middle-school teacher had to hold her 27-month-old son on her lap during a flight because the airline gave the toddler’s seat away to a standby passenger, according to Hawaii News Now Tuesday.
After Shirley Yamauchi’s son Taizo was already seated on the flight, a passenger told Yamauchi that her son’s seat belonged to him because he acquired a ticket on standby.
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