Atlanta man removed from Frontier flight for holding 2-year-old daughter

An Atlanta father and his young daughter were given a . was removed from Frontier Airlines The airline accused him of breaking federal law after flying this week.

Christian Rose Moving to Orlando with my 2-year-old daughter Rayna For a quick weekend trip to Disney World. Rose intended to fly with her daughter in her arms, which the airline made an issue of.

According to Rose, Rayna flew on Spirit’s flight with no problem sitting on her lap. Frontier staff was adamant that she flies in her seat, which Rose had bought.

“They will arrest you; I’m telling you right now,” a flight attendant told Rose. He caught the flight attendant threatening to arrest him.

Rose explained to the flight crew that this was her daughter’s first visit, and she was terrified. He said that the matter escalated when he could not make her sit on his seat.

The aircraft was taxiing on the runway when the collision occurred and eventually returned to the gate. Rose and Rayna were removed from the flight.

“It is an FAA requirement that all passengers over the age of 24 months must be buckled in their seats for takeoff and landing,” Frontier said in a statement. “The parents refused to comply and were therefore asked to get off the plane with the child.”

Rose accepted WSBTV While this is Frontier’s policy, he was hoping the airline would make an exception.

“I didn’t think it needed to be this far. I mean, what the arrest for? For the crying baby?” he told the outlet.

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