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TOO FAT TO FLY
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The most important thing, he says, is to avoid cutting one specific part of the onion. "Whenever you slice an onion, you
Airline Flies Obese Man To Destination -- Then Refuses To Fly Him Home
According to CBS Chicago, 22-year-old Chenais, who weighs 500-pounds as a result of a hormone disorder, has been stuck in
Airlines Should Charge Obese Passengers More, Economist Says
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Bhatta put together three models for what he called "pay as you weigh airline pricing." Bhatta's preferred option was the
I Sued Southwest Airlines After They Said I Was Too Fat To Fly
Kenlie Tiggeman talks with HuffPost Live Host Nancy Redd about suing Southwest Airlines after being turned away from a flight for being 'too fat'.
Vilma Soltesz, 425-Pound Woman, Allegedly Deemed Too Fat To Fly Before Dying Abroad
As the Daily Mail notes, the airlines involved issued statements about rejecting Soltesz as "too fat to fly" before her death
Who Is Too Fat To Fly? Airlines Are Working It Out
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Should the sizeable be forced to spend more if they can't wiggle into a standard-size coach seat?
Airbus A320 To Offer Extra-Wide Seats For American Airline Companies
In recent years, there have been several incidents of American passengers being "too fat to fly" on American carriers. Director
Airplane Seats Might Not Be Strong Enough For Overweight Passengers, Scientists Say
More than six decades ago, when the federal standards on the strength of airplane seats and seat belts were written, government
Kenlie Tiggeman, Southwest's 'Too Fat To Fly' Passenger, Sues Airline (VIDEO)
She added to New Orleans' WDSU, "I understand Southwest wants everyone to be a certain size, but no one knows, including
Airline Fat Tax: U.K. Court Of Appeals Ruling Could Lead The Way For An Overweight Passenger Tax (POLL)
According to a court ruling, passengers cannot sue for embarrassment caused when on board a plane. This precedent came after
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Kenlie Tiggeman Told She's 'Too Fat To Fly' On Southwest
How is this happening again? Southwest is landing in hot water after they told a passenger that she was "too fat to fly." During
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