Check out this NBC 10 Philadelphia story about a girl who was removed from a US Airways flight between Charlotte and Philadelphia after she asked the flight attendant for Benadryl due to allergies.
Apparently they kept asking her the trigger questions for Ebola, if she has been outside the country, etc.
Here’s the story:
On the plus side, at least US Airways paid for her hotel and rebooked her the next day.
It is common practice for airlines not to let sick passengers fly, though denying someone boarding over allergies seems a bit extreme.
Do you think her being removed from the flight has to do with the Ebola paranoia going on in the US, or were they justified in doing so?
(Tip of the hat to Heels First)