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Eleven black men and women were taken off an Alaska Airlines flight in Juneau - Slog
An ex-Alaska who will stay untitled says she saw a racist incidence last night on Alaska Airlines flight 78 (Juneau, Alaska to Seattle) at about 5:45 p.m. This is a synopsis of her bank statement she provided on the phone: As the aircraft was rolling on the take-off and landing runways, the pilots resolved to go back to the gates.
An Alaska Airlines staff member, a coworker who works at Juneau International Airport, got on the aircraft at the gates and went to the back where she was sitting and started instructing a group of young men and girls who were also sitting in the back to get off the aircraft. All of you, the whole group, get off this aircraft now!
" In the group, one lady objected that the air carrier should just take away the annoying individual, not the whole group. None of them on the plane were wanted by the plane driver. All of this took place very quickly, and when they left, it was heralded that the remainder of the group would receive a $75 voucher and a free jar of fine wines on the airlines' doime.
Alaska Airlines sent me the e-mail: Alaska Air: I' ve been contacting the Alaska airline about the event. There'?s your account: Soon after the push-back for Alaska Airlines 78 from Juneau to Seattle at 6pm yesterday evening, the airline passengers resolved to revert to the gates due to disturbing behaviour on board.
The cabin crew shall report to the pilot that a group of persons is not complying with the security arrangements for take-off, including the security arrangements: When the plane was back at the gates, 11 people were asked to get off the plane. Others were part of the group who remained on board and moved on to Seattle; only those who were disturbing were asked to go.
These 11 guest later took Alaska Airlines 66 to Seattle, which departed two flights later at 8:06pm. Many of the guest made flights in Seattle; none of these flights were missing. It is a default procedure to evacuate a passenger if they behave in a disturbing way or do not follow the crew members' orders.
Directly after rereading Alaska Airlines' report on the event, the lady who had seen it wrote: "I asked her if she thought that the Alaska Airlines staff member who went aboard the aircraft had altered her history in the formal declaration - that it was not one individual but the whole group who was the issue, and the former Alaskan said:
" Immediately after our telephone call ended, I met the native African Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes at the Red Apple on Beacon Hill, and because the whole thing was on my heart, I described it to him. they think it's disturbing or something they need to punish."