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6 keer dat mense om die belaglike redes van die vliegtuig afgeskop is

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Die afgelope paar jaar het lugwaardinne passasiers van die vliegtuie verwyder om redes wat u waarskynlik absurd sal vind

Lugrederye skop mense nie altyd om die regte redes uit hul vlugte nie.

Vir jare is mense om absurde redes met vlugte begin. Lugdiens het gewoonlik empatie met die klant en vra om verskoning, maar soms neem hulle die kant van hul werknemers. Dit is begryplik dat 'n passasier uit 'n vliegtuig geskop word weens strydende dronkenskap of om fisies saam met die vliegtuigbemanning of selfs ander passasiers te raak, maar dit is nie altyd die geval nie.

6 keer dat mense van vliegtuie afgeskop is om belaglike redes, skyfievertoning

Al te dikwels (veral in die onlangse geskiedenis van die lugredery) is passasiers gevra om uit onregverdige redes te vertrek - soos om 'n godsdienstige voorkeur aan te toon, voedselallergie te hê, aan 'n gesprek in 'n ander taal deel te neem - of bloot omdat die lugdiens die fout begaan het om te bespreek. n vlug. Alhoewel United Airlines op 'n stadium 'n reeks ongelukke gehad het, het ander stewardesses vir lugrederye van Spirit na JetBlue ook in hierdie belaglike situasie met passasiers beland. Hier is 'n paar voorvalle die afgelope jaar waarin 'n passasier van 'n vlug afgeskop is.


Ma van 6 het van JetBlue -vlug begin, want kleuter sou nie 'n masker hou nie, sê beleid 'nie haalbaar nie'

Familie het die JetBlue -vlug begin omdat kleuter nie 'n gesigmasker sou aanhou nie

Rou video: 'n Familie word aangesê om van die JetBlue -vlug af te klim omdat die kleuter nie 'n masker dra nie.

'N Ma uit New York op 'n JetBlue-vlug van Orlando, Florida, na Newark, NJ, is meegedeel dat sy saam met haar ses kinders uit die vliegtuig moes klim, omdat haar 2-jarige dogter nie 'n gesigmasker sou dra nie - en nou sê sy dat haar man regstappe oorweeg teen die lugdiens.

Chaya Bruck van Brooklyn het aan Fox News gesê dat sy van mening is dat die lugredery se huidige maskerbeleid rakende klein kinders 'nie haalbaar is nie', en het bygevoeg dat haar onlangse ervaring nie net vernederend was nie, maar ook 'traumatiserend' was vir haar kinders.

Bruck het gesê dat lugwaardinne vir haar gesê het dat sy van die vlug moet afklim as haar 2-jarige nie 'n masker kan dra nie, selfs al probeer sy verduidelik dat sy die kleuter, Dina, sal probeer kry om die masker aan te hou. Bruck het intussen gesê dat sy onder die indruk was dat haar dogter vrygestel was om een ​​te dra.

'Ek is nie 'n konfronterende persoon nie, ek wou geen probleme hê nie, ek wou net saam met my ses kinders huis toe kom na 'n gesinsvakansie, en dit het 'n belemmering vir ons ervaring gehad,' het Bruck gesê. lede “was onbeskof teenoor my” tydens die vlug van 19 Augustus.

Bruck beweer dat sy net voor die vlug op die luidspreker gehoor het dat 'klein kinders' vrygestel is om 'n gesigmasker te dra as hulle dit nie kan aanhou nie, maar dat die aankondiging nooit 'n ouderdom spesifiseer nie. Hierdie mandaat is ook op JetBlue se "Traveling With Kids" -webwerf vermeld, beweer Bruck - maar dit het ook nie 'n ouderdom gespesifiseer nie. In die onderstaande skermkiekie wat na bewering deur Bruck se man op 19 Augustus geneem is, sê die webwerf "kinders wat nie 'n gesigbedekking kan onderhou nie, is vrygestel van die vereiste."

Bruck se man glo dat die bewoording iewers na 22:00 verander is, en is verander om te lees "alle reisigers van 2 jaar en ouer moet 'n gesigbedekking oor hul neus en mond dra tydens hul reis, insluitend tydens inklim, instap, terwyl hulle vlug en beplan. "

Bruck -gesin het 'n skermkiekie van JetBlue se webwerf vanaf Woensdag omstreeks 22:00 gesê. het getoon dat JetBlue se afdeling "Reis met kinders" nog steeds die reël bevat, en "Kinders wat nie 'n gesigbedekking kan onderhou nie, word uitgesluit van die vereiste om 'n gesigmasker te dra. Hulle beweer dat die lyn na 22:00 laat val is. aangesien dit nie meer in die afdeling verskyn nie. (Skermkiekie van die Bruck -gesin van JetBlue se webwerf)

JetBlue beweer egter dat hulle hul beleid sedert 10 Augustus nie opgedateer het nie.

Intussen het Bruck Donderdag aan Fox News gesê dat dit 'onmenslik' is om een ​​polis op die webwerf te publiseer terwyl 'n ander persoonlik dit afdwing. Volgens Bruck het haar vyf ouer kinders almal maskers gedra tydens die vlug van Woensdag, maar haar kleindogter Dina wou dit nie aanhou nie.

'Sy trek dit af, sy het 'n fopspeen in haar mond en hulle (stewardesses) sien dit gebeur,' het sy verduidelik en bygevoeg dat stewardens haar gou gesê het om uit die vliegtuig te klim.

'Die res van die passasiers het my ondersteun en gesê ek moet nie uit die vliegtuig klim nie,' het Bruck gesê. 'Ek het dus gesê:' Ek gaan nie, ek moet huis toe kom, ek het vir hierdie vlugte betaal '.

'Hulle [bemanningslede] het gesê:' As u nie nou uit die vliegtuig klim nie, moet ons al die passasiers afklim ', en toe skree en skree die passasiers op die bemanningslede, en sê:' Dit is belaglik, sy is alleen met ses kinders, '... [Die stewardesses] gee nie om nie. "

In 'n video wat aan Fox News gestuur is en wys hoe alle passasiers gedwing word om te vlieg, kan sommige mense hoor kla.

'Kan u dit glo dat 'n 2-jarige nie 'n masker kan dra nie en dat ons almal uit die vliegtuig klim? word 'n passasier in 'n video hoor sê.

'Almal bel die kliëntediens op JetBlue,' sê 'n ander passasier.

'My kinders het begin huil. Hulle het bang geword. Hulle het nie geweet wat aangaan nie. Dit was baie traumatiserend, ”het Bruck gesê.

Bruck het aan Fox News gesê sy mag nie terug op die vlug nie en JetBlue het haar nie gehelp om nog een te bespreek nie. Sy het gesê dat sy later die aand 'n ander vlug huis toe gevind het by United Airlines. Bruck, wat net kosher kos eet, het bygevoeg dat sy te midde van die oproer per ongeluk die toebroodjies wat sy op die JetBlue -vlug gemaak het, gelos het, en dat haar gesin ure lank sonder kos kon sit omdat sy nie die kos op die lughawe kon eet nie weens godsdienstige godsdiens redes.

Sy het opgemerk dat sy 'n egpaar in die lughawe se voorportaal ontmoet het wat nie op die JetBlue -vlug toegelaat is nie, omdat hulle vir haar opgestaan ​​het.

"Dit is lekker om te weet dat ons nie die vertroue in die mensdom verloor het toe die passasiers vir my opgestaan ​​het nie," het Bruck gesê.

Bruck was Woensdag meer as vyf uur in Florida gestrand en het omstreeks middernag teruggekeer na haar huis in New York. Haar man oorweeg dit nou om JetBlue te dagvaar oor die voorval.

In 'n verklaring wat aan Fox News gestuur is, het Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways se korporatiewe kommunikasiebestuurder, gesê: "Gedurende hierdie ongekende tye is ons eerste prioriteit om bemanningslede en kliënte veilig te hou, en ons het vinnig nuwe veiligheidsbeleid en -prosedures ingestel gedurende die hele pandemie."

Hy het daarop gewys dat JetBlue se "beleid vir gesigbedekking die laaste keer op 10 Augustus opgedateer is om te verseker dat almal 'n gesigbedekking dra-volwassenes en kinders-om die verspreiding van koronavirus te voorkom."

"Kinders van 2 jaar en ouer moet 'n gesigbedekking dra, in ooreenstemming met die CDC -riglyne, wat lui: 'Maskers mag nie deur kinders onder die ouderdom van 2 jaar gedra word nie' ', het Dombrowski voortgegaan.

Hy het verder opgemerk dat "kliënte voor hul vlug 'n e-pos ontvang met die nuutste veiligheidsprotokolle en beleidsbepalings." Dombrowski het ook gesê dat die polis op die JetBlue -webwerf verskyn.

"Ons bemanningslede is gereed om kliënte op die lughawe en aan boord te help wat ondersteuning nodig het," het Dombrowski gesê. "Ons het 'n buigsame herboekingsbeleid vir diegene wat nie aan hierdie vereiste kan voldoen nie, en kliënte wat weier om hierdie standaarde te volg na versoeke van bemanningslede, sal hersien word vir verdere reisgeskiktheid op JetBlue."

Brock sien in elk geval nie hoe so 'n beleid sinvol is nie.

'Ek dink dat dit nie haalbaar is vir 'n kind wat 2 jaar oud is om 'n masker te dra nie. Ek dink nie dit is selfs moontlik om 'n kind te dwing om 'n masker te dra nie, veral as hulle 'n fopspeen in die mond het, 'het Bruck gesê. 'Hoe moet 'n kind asemhaal as hy sy neus en mond bedek?'

'' N 2-jarige kind het nie die logika as 'n ouer kind nie en verstaan ​​nie die gevolge daarvan om die masker nie te dra nie, 'het sy beklemtoon.

'Die manier waarop hulle my behandel het, is onmenslik,' het sy gesê. 'Ek het baie doelgerig gevoel.'


Ma van 6 het van JetBlue -vlug begin, want kleuter sou nie 'n masker hou nie, sê beleid 'nie haalbaar nie'

Familie het die JetBlue -vlug begin omdat kleuter nie 'n gesigmasker sou aanhou nie

Rou video: 'n Familie word aangesê om van die JetBlue -vlug af te klim, want 'n kleuter dra nie 'n masker nie.

'N Ma uit New York op 'n JetBlue-vlug van Orlando, Florida, na Newark, NJ, is meegedeel dat sy saam met haar ses kinders uit die vliegtuig moes klim, omdat haar 2-jarige dogter nie 'n gesigmasker sou dra nie - en nou sê sy dat haar man regstappe oorweeg teen die lugdiens.

Chaya Bruck van Brooklyn het aan Fox News gesê dat sy van mening is dat die lugredery se huidige maskerbeleid rakende klein kinders 'nie haalbaar is nie', en het bygevoeg dat haar onlangse ervaring nie net vernederend was nie, maar ook 'traumatiserend' was vir haar kinders.

Bruck het gesê dat lugwaardinne vir haar gesê het dat sy uit die vlug moet klim as haar 2-jarige nie 'n masker kan dra nie, selfs al probeer sy verduidelik dat sy die kleuter, Dina, sal probeer kry om die masker aan te hou. Bruck het intussen gesê dat sy onder die indruk was dat haar dogter vrygestel was om een ​​te dra.

'Ek is nie 'n konfronterende persoon nie, ek wou geen probleme hê nie, ek wou net saam met my ses kinders huis toe kom na 'n gesinsvakansie, en dit het 'n belemmering vir ons ervaring gehad,' het Bruck gesê. lede “was onbeskof teenoor my” tydens die vlug van 19 Augustus.

Bruck beweer dat sy net voor die vlug op die luidspreker gehoor het dat 'klein kinders' vrygestel is om 'n gesigmasker te dra as hulle dit nie kan aanhou nie, maar dat die aankondiging nooit 'n ouderdom spesifiseer nie. Hierdie mandaat is ook op JetBlue se "Traveling With Kids" -webwerf vermeld, beweer Bruck - maar dit het ook nie 'n ouderdom gespesifiseer nie. In die onderstaande skermkiekie wat na bewering deur Bruck se man op 19 Augustus geneem is, sê die webwerf "kinders wat nie 'n gesigbedekking kan onderhou nie, is vrygestel van die vereiste."

Bruck se man glo dat die bewoording iewers na 22:00 verander is, en is verander om te lees "alle reisigers van 2 jaar en ouer moet 'n gesigbedekking oor hul neus en mond dra tydens hul reis, insluitend tydens inklim, instap, terwyl hulle vlug en beplan. "

Bruck -familie het 'n skermkiekie van JetBlue se webwerf vanaf Woensdag omstreeks 22:00 gesê. het getoon dat JetBlue se afdeling "Reis met kinders" nog steeds die reël bevat, en "Kinders wat nie 'n gesigbedekking kan onderhou nie, word uitgesluit van die vereiste om 'n gesigmasker te dra. Hulle beweer dat die lyn na 22:00 laat val is. aangesien dit nie meer in die afdeling verskyn nie. (Bruck -gesin se kiekie van JetBlue se webwerf)

JetBlue beweer egter dat hulle hul beleid sedert 10 Augustus nie opgedateer het nie.

Intussen het Bruck Donderdag aan Fox News gesê dat dit 'onmenslik' is om een ​​polis op die webwerf te publiseer terwyl 'n ander persoonlik dit afdwing. Volgens Bruck het haar vyf ouer kinders almal maskers gedra tydens die vlug van Woensdag, maar haar kleindogter Dina wou dit nie aanhou nie.

'Sy trek dit af, sy het 'n fopspeen in haar mond en hulle (stewardesses) sien dit gebeur,' verduidelik sy en voeg by dat lugwaardinne haar gou aangesê het om uit die vliegtuig te klim.

'Die res van die passasiers het my ondersteun en gesê ek moet nie uit die vliegtuig klim nie,' het Bruck gesê. 'Ek het dus gesê:' Ek gaan nie, ek moet huis toe kom, ek het vir hierdie vlugte betaal '.

'Hulle [bemanningslede] het gesê:' As u nie nou uit die vliegtuig klim nie, moet ons al die passasiers afklim ', en toe skree en skree die passasiers op die bemanningslede, en sê:' Dit is belaglik, sy is alleen met ses kinders, '... [Die stewardesses] gee nie om nie. "

In 'n video wat aan Fox News gestuur is waarin alle passasiers gedwing word om te vlieg, kan sommige mense hoor kla.

'Kan u dit glo dat 'n 2-jarige nie 'n masker kan dra nie en dat ons almal uit die vliegtuig klim? word 'n passasier in 'n video hoor sê.

'Almal bel die kliëntediens op JetBlue,' sê 'n ander passasier.

'My kinders het begin huil. Hulle het bang geword. Hulle het nie geweet wat aangaan nie. Dit was baie traumatiserend, ”het Bruck gesê.

Bruck het aan Fox News gesê sy mag nie terug op die vlug nie en JetBlue het haar nie gehelp om nog een te bespreek nie. Sy het gesê dat sy later die aand 'n ander vlug huis toe gevind het by United Airlines. Bruck, wat net kosher kos eet, het bygevoeg dat sy te midde van die oproer per ongeluk die toebroodjies wat sy op die JetBlue -vlug gemaak het, gelos het, en dat haar gesin ure lank sonder kos kon sit omdat sy nie die kos op die lughawe kon eet nie weens godsdienstige godsdiens redes.

Sy het opgemerk dat sy 'n egpaar in die lughawe se voorportaal ontmoet het wat nie op die JetBlue -vlug toegelaat is nie, omdat hulle vir haar opgestaan ​​het.

"Dit is lekker om te weet dat ons nie die vertroue in die mensdom verloor het toe die passasiers vir my opgestaan ​​het nie," het Bruck gesê.

Bruck was Woensdag meer as vyf uur in Florida gestrand en het omstreeks middernag teruggekeer na haar huis in New York. Haar man oorweeg dit nou om JetBlue te dagvaar oor die voorval.

In 'n verklaring wat aan Fox News gestuur is, het Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways se korporatiewe kommunikasiebestuurder, gesê: "Gedurende hierdie ongekende tye is ons eerste prioriteit om bemanningslede en kliënte veilig te hou, en ons het vinnig nuwe veiligheidsbeleid en -prosedures ingestel gedurende die hele pandemie."

Hy het daarop gewys dat JetBlue se "beleid vir gesigbedekking onlangs op 10 Augustus opgedateer is om te verseker dat almal 'n gesigbedekking dra-volwassenes en kinders-om die verspreiding van koronavirus te voorkom."

"Kinders van 2 jaar en ouer moet 'n gesigbedekking dra, in ooreenstemming met die CDC -riglyne, wat lui: 'Maskers mag nie deur kinders onder die ouderdom van 2 jaar gedra word nie' ', het Dombrowski voortgegaan.

Hy het verder opgemerk dat "kliënte voor hul vlug 'n e-pos ontvang met die nuutste veiligheidsprotokolle en beleidsbepalings." Dombrowski het ook gesê dat die polis op die JetBlue -webwerf verskyn.

"Ons bemanningslede is gereed om kliënte op die lughawe en aan boord te help wat ondersteuning nodig het," het Dombrowski gesê. "Ons het 'n buigsame herboekingsbeleid vir diegene wat nie aan hierdie vereiste kan voldoen nie, en kliënte wat weier om hierdie standaarde te volg na versoeke van bemanningslede, sal hersien word vir verdere reisgeskiktheid op JetBlue."

Brock sien in elk geval nie hoe so 'n beleid sinvol is nie.

'Ek dink dit is nie haalbaar dat 'n kind wat 2 jaar oud is 'n masker dra nie. Ek dink nie dit is selfs moontlik om 'n kind te dwing om 'n masker te dra nie, veral as hulle 'n fopspeen in die mond het, 'het Bruck gesê. 'Hoe moet 'n kind asemhaal as hy hul neus en mond bedek?'

'' N 2-jarige kind het nie die logika as 'n ouer kind nie en verstaan ​​nie die gevolge daarvan om die masker nie te dra nie, 'het sy beklemtoon.

'Die manier waarop hulle my behandel het, is onmenslik,' het sy gesê. 'Ek het baie doelgerig gevoel.'


Ma van 6 het van JetBlue -vlug begin, want kleuter sou nie 'n masker hou nie, sê beleid 'nie haalbaar nie'

Familie het die JetBlue -vlug begin omdat kleuter nie 'n gesigmasker sou aanhou nie

Rou video: 'n Familie word aangesê om van die JetBlue -vlug af te klim omdat die kleuter nie 'n masker dra nie.

'N Ma uit New York op 'n JetBlue-vlug van Orlando, Florida, na Newark, NJ, is meegedeel dat sy saam met haar ses kinders uit die vliegtuig moes klim, omdat haar 2-jarige dogter nie 'n gesigmasker sou dra nie - en nou sê sy dat haar man regstappe oorweeg teen die lugdiens.

Chaya Bruck van Brooklyn het aan Fox News gesê dat sy van mening is dat die lugredery se huidige maskerbeleid rakende klein kinders 'nie haalbaar is nie', en het bygevoeg dat haar onlangse ervaring nie net vernederend was nie, maar ook 'traumatiserend' was vir haar kinders.

Bruck het gesê dat lugwaardinne vir haar gesê het dat sy van die vlug moet afklim as haar 2-jarige nie 'n masker kan dra nie, selfs al probeer sy verduidelik dat sy die kleuter, Dina, sal probeer kry om die masker aan te hou. Bruck het intussen gesê dat sy onder die indruk was dat haar dogter vrygestel was om een ​​te dra.

'Ek is nie 'n konfronterende persoon nie, ek wou geen probleme hê nie, ek wou net saam met my ses kinders huis toe kom na 'n gesinsvakansie, en dit het 'n belemmering vir ons ervaring gehad,' het Bruck gesê. lede “was onbeskof teenoor my” tydens die vlug van 19 Augustus.

Bruck beweer dat sy net voor die vlug op die luidspreker gehoor het dat 'klein kinders' vrygestel is om 'n gesigmasker te dra as hulle dit nie kan aanhou nie, maar dat die aankondiging nooit 'n ouderdom spesifiseer nie. Hierdie mandaat is ook op JetBlue se "Traveling With Kids" -webwerf vermeld, beweer Bruck - maar dit het ook nie 'n ouderdom gespesifiseer nie. In die onderstaande skermkiekie, wat na bewering deur Bruck se man op 19 Augustus geneem is, sê die webwerf "kinders wat nie 'n gesigbedekking kan onderhou nie, is vrygestel van die vereiste."

Bruck se man glo dat die bewoording iewers na 22:00 verander is, en is verander om te lees "alle reisigers van 2 jaar en ouer moet 'n gesigbedekking oor hul neus en mond dra tydens hul reis, insluitend tydens inklim, instap, terwyl hulle vlug en beplan. "

Bruck -familie het 'n skermkiekie van JetBlue se webwerf vanaf Woensdag omstreeks 22:00 gesê. het getoon dat JetBlue se afdeling "Reis met kinders" nog steeds die reël bevat, en "Kinders wat nie 'n gesigbedekking kan onderhou nie, word uitgesluit van die vereiste om 'n gesigmasker te dra. Hulle beweer dat die lyn na 22:00 laat val is. aangesien dit nie meer in die afdeling verskyn nie. (Bruck -gesin se kiekie van JetBlue se webwerf)

JetBlue beweer egter dat hulle hul beleid sedert 10 Augustus nie opgedateer het nie.

Intussen het Bruck Donderdag aan Fox News gesê dat dit 'onmenslik' is om een ​​polis op die webwerf te publiseer terwyl 'n ander persoonlik dit afdwing. Volgens Bruck het haar vyf ouer kinders almal maskers gedra tydens die vlug van Woensdag, maar haar kleindogter Dina wou dit nie aanhou nie.

'Sy trek dit af, sy het 'n fopspeen in haar mond en hulle (stewardesses) sien dit gebeur,' het sy verduidelik en bygevoeg dat stewardens haar gou gesê het om uit die vliegtuig te klim.

'Die res van die passasiers het my ondersteun en gesê ek moet nie uit die vliegtuig klim nie,' het Bruck gesê. 'Ek het dus gesê:' Ek gaan nie, ek moet huis toe kom, ek het vir hierdie vlugte betaal '.

'Hulle [bemanningslede] het gesê:' As u nie nou uit die vliegtuig klim nie, moet ons al die passasiers afklim ', en toe skree en skree die passasiers op die bemanningslede, en sê:' Dit is belaglik, sy is alleen met ses kinders, '... [Die stewardesses] gee nie om nie. "

In 'n video wat aan Fox News gestuur is waarin alle passasiers gedwing word om te vlieg, kan sommige mense hoor kla.

'Kan u dit glo dat 'n 2-jarige nie 'n masker kan dra nie en dat ons almal uit die vliegtuig klim?' word 'n passasier in 'n video hoor sê.

'Almal bel die kliëntediens op JetBlue,' sê 'n ander passasier.

'My kinders het begin huil. Hulle het bang geword. Hulle het nie geweet wat aangaan nie. Dit was baie traumatiserend, ”het Bruck gesê.

Bruck het aan Fox News gesê sy mag nie terug op die vlug nie en JetBlue het haar nie gehelp om nog een te bespreek nie. Sy het gesê dat sy later die aand 'n ander vlug huis toe gevind het by United Airlines. Bruck, wat net kosher kos eet, het bygevoeg dat sy te midde van die oproer per ongeluk die toebroodjies wat sy op die JetBlue -vlug gemaak het, gelos het, en dat haar gesin ure lank sonder kos kon sit omdat sy nie die kos op die lughawe kon eet nie weens godsdienstige godsdiens redes.

Sy het opgemerk dat sy 'n egpaar in die lughawe se voorportaal ontmoet het wat nie op die JetBlue -vlug toegelaat is nie, omdat hulle vir haar opgestaan ​​het.

"Dit is lekker om te weet dat ons nie die vertroue in die mensdom verloor het toe die passasiers vir my opgestaan ​​het nie," het Bruck gesê.

Bruck was Woensdag meer as vyf uur in Florida gestrand en het omstreeks middernag teruggekeer na haar huis in New York. Haar man oorweeg dit nou om JetBlue te dagvaar oor die voorval.

In 'n verklaring wat aan Fox News gestuur is, het Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways se korporatiewe kommunikasiebestuurder, gesê: "Gedurende hierdie ongekende tye is ons eerste prioriteit om bemanningslede en kliënte veilig te hou, en ons het vinnig nuwe veiligheidsbeleid en -prosedures ingestel gedurende die hele pandemie."

Hy het daarop gewys dat JetBlue se "beleid vir gesigbedekking die laaste keer op 10 Augustus opgedateer is om te verseker dat almal 'n gesigbedekking dra-volwassenes en kinders-om die verspreiding van koronavirus te voorkom."

"Kinders van 2 jaar en ouer moet 'n gesigbedekking dra, in ooreenstemming met die CDC -riglyne, wat lui: 'Maskers moet nie gedra word deur kinders onder die ouderdom van 2 nie'," het Dombrowski voortgegaan.

Hy het verder opgemerk dat 'kliënte voor hul vlug 'n e-pos ontvang met die nuutste veiligheidsprotokolle en beleidsbepalings.' Dombrowski het ook gesê dat die polis op die JetBlue -webwerf verskyn.

"Ons bemanningslede is gereed om kliënte op die lughawe en aan boord te help wat ondersteuning nodig het," het Dombrowski gesê. "Ons het 'n buigsame herboekingsbeleid vir diegene wat nie aan hierdie vereiste kan voldoen nie, en kliënte wat weier om hierdie standaarde te volg na versoeke van bemanningslede, sal hersien word vir verdere reisgeskiktheid op JetBlue."

Brock sien in elk geval nie hoe so 'n beleid sinvol is nie.

'Ek dink dit is nie haalbaar dat 'n kind wat 2 jaar oud is 'n masker dra nie. Ek dink nie dit is selfs moontlik om 'n kind te dwing om 'n masker te dra nie, veral as hulle 'n fopspeen in die mond het, 'het Bruck gesê. 'Hoe moet 'n kind asemhaal as hy hul neus en mond bedek?'

'' N 2-jarige kind het nie die logika as 'n ouer kind nie en verstaan ​​nie die gevolge daarvan om die masker nie te dra nie, 'het sy beklemtoon.

'Die manier waarop hulle my behandel het, is onmenslik,' het sy gesê. 'Ek het baie doelgerig gevoel.'


Ma van 6 het van JetBlue -vlug begin, want kleuter sou nie 'n masker hou nie, sê beleid 'nie haalbaar nie'

Familie het die JetBlue -vlug begin omdat kleuter nie 'n gesigmasker sou aanhou nie

Rou video: 'n Familie word aangesê om van die JetBlue -vlug af te klim, want 'n kleuter dra nie 'n masker nie.

'N Ma uit New York op 'n JetBlue-vlug van Orlando, Florida, na Newark, NJ, is meegedeel dat sy saam met haar ses kinders uit die vliegtuig moes klim, omdat haar 2-jarige dogter nie 'n gesigmasker sou dra nie - en nou sê sy dat haar man regstappe oorweeg teen die lugdiens.

Chaya Bruck van Brooklyn het aan Fox News gesê dat sy van mening is dat die lugredery se huidige maskerbeleid rakende klein kinders 'nie haalbaar is nie', en het bygevoeg dat haar onlangse ervaring nie net vernederend was nie, maar ook 'traumatiserend' was vir haar kinders.

Bruck het gesê dat lugwaardinne vir haar gesê het dat sy uit die vlug moet klim as haar 2-jarige nie 'n masker kan dra nie, selfs al probeer sy verduidelik dat sy die kleuter, Dina, sal probeer kry om die masker aan te hou. Bruck het intussen gesê dat sy onder die indruk was dat haar dogter vrygestel was om een ​​te dra.

'Ek is nie 'n konfronterende persoon nie, ek wou geen probleme hê nie, ek wou net saam met my ses kinders huis toe kom na 'n gesinsvakansie, en dit het 'n belemmering vir ons ervaring gehad,' het Bruck gesê. lede “was onbeskof teenoor my” tydens die vlug van 19 Augustus.

Bruck beweer dat sy net voor die vlug op die luidspreker gehoor het dat 'klein kinders' vrygestel is om 'n gesigmasker te dra as hulle dit nie kan aanhou nie, maar dat die aankondiging nooit 'n ouderdom spesifiseer nie. Hierdie mandaat is ook gelys op JetBlue se webblad "Traveling With Kids", beweer Bruck - maar dit het ook nie 'n ouderdom gespesifiseer nie. In die onderstaande skermkiekie, wat na bewering deur Bruck se man op 19 Augustus geneem is, sê die webwerf "kinders wat nie 'n gesigbedekking kan onderhou nie, is vrygestel van die vereiste."

Bruck se man glo dat die bewoording iewers na 22:00 verander is, en is verander om te lees "alle reisigers van 2 jaar en ouer moet 'n gesigbedekking oor hul neus en mond dra tydens hul reis, insluitend tydens inklim, instap, terwyl hulle vlug en beplan. "

Bruck -gesin het 'n skermkiekie van JetBlue se webwerf vanaf Woensdag omstreeks 22:00 gesê. het getoon dat JetBlue se afdeling "Reis met kinders" nog steeds die reël bevat, en "Kinders wat nie 'n gesigbedekking kan onderhou nie, word uitgesluit van die vereiste om 'n gesigmasker te dra. Hulle beweer dat die lyn na 22:00 laat val is. aangesien dit nie meer in die afdeling verskyn nie. (Bruck -gesin se kiekie van JetBlue se webwerf)

JetBlue beweer egter dat hulle hul beleid sedert 10 Augustus nie opgedateer het nie.

Intussen het Bruck Donderdag aan Fox News gesê dat dit 'onmenslik' is om een ​​polis op die webwerf te publiseer terwyl 'n ander persoonlik dit afdwing. Volgens Bruck het haar vyf ouer kinders almal maskers gedra tydens die vlug van Woensdag, maar haar kleindogter Dina wou dit nie aanhou nie.

'Sy trek dit af, sy het 'n fopspeen in haar mond en hulle (stewardesses) sien dit gebeur,' het sy verduidelik en bygevoeg dat stewardens haar gou gesê het om uit die vliegtuig te klim.

'Die res van die passasiers het my ondersteun en gesê ek moet nie uit die vliegtuig klim nie,' het Bruck gesê. 'Ek het dus gesê:' Ek gaan nie, ek moet huis toe kom, ek het vir hierdie vlugte betaal '.

'Hulle [bemanningslede] het gesê:' As u nie nou uit die vliegtuig klim nie, sal ons al die passasiers moet afklim ', en toe skree en skree die passasiers op die bemanningslede, en sê:' Dit is belaglik, sy is alleen met ses kinders, '... [Die stewardesses] gee nie om nie. "

In 'n video wat aan Fox News gestuur is en wys hoe alle passasiers gedwing word om te vlieg, kan sommige mense hoor kla.

'Kan u dit glo dat 'n 2-jarige nie 'n masker kan dra nie en dat ons almal uit die vliegtuig klim?' word 'n passasier in 'n video hoor sê.

'Almal bel die kliëntediens op JetBlue,' sê 'n ander passasier.

'My kinders het begin huil. Hulle het bang geword. Hulle het nie geweet wat aangaan nie. Dit was baie traumatiserend, ”het Bruck gesê.

Bruck het aan Fox News gesê sy mag nie terug op die vlug nie en JetBlue het haar nie gehelp om nog een te bespreek nie. Sy het gesê dat sy later die aand 'n ander vlug huis toe gevind het by United Airlines. Bruck, wat net kosher kos eet, het bygevoeg dat sy te midde van die rumoer per ongeluk die toebroodjies wat sy op die JetBlue -vlug gemaak het, gelos het, en dat haar gesin ure lank sonder kos kon sit omdat sy nie die kos op die lughawe kon eet nie weens godsdienstige godsdiens redes.

Sy het opgemerk dat sy 'n egpaar in die lughawe se voorportaal ontmoet het wat nie op die JetBlue -vlug toegelaat is nie, omdat hulle vir haar opgestaan ​​het.

"Dit is lekker om te weet dat ons nie die vertroue in die mensdom verloor het toe die passasiers vir my opgestaan ​​het nie," het Bruck gesê.

Bruck was Woensdag meer as vyf uur in Florida gestrand en het omstreeks middernag teruggekeer na haar huis in New York. Haar man oorweeg dit nou om JetBlue te dagvaar oor die voorval.

In 'n verklaring wat aan Fox News gestuur is, het Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways se korporatiewe kommunikasiebestuurder, gesê: "Gedurende hierdie ongekende tye is ons eerste prioriteit om bemanningslede en kliënte veilig te hou, en ons het vinnig nuwe veiligheidsbeleid en -prosedures ingestel gedurende die hele pandemie."

Hy het daarop gewys dat JetBlue se "beleid vir gesigbedekking die laaste keer op 10 Augustus opgedateer is om te verseker dat almal 'n gesigbedekking dra-volwassenes en kinders-om die verspreiding van koronavirus te voorkom."

"Kinders van 2 jaar en ouer moet 'n gesigbedekking dra, in ooreenstemming met die CDC -riglyne, wat lui: 'Maskers moet nie gedra word deur kinders onder die ouderdom van 2 nie'," het Dombrowski voortgegaan.

Hy het verder opgemerk dat "kliënte voor hul vlug 'n e-pos ontvang met die nuutste veiligheidsprotokolle en beleidsbepalings." Dombrowski het ook gesê dat die polis op die JetBlue -webwerf verskyn.

"Ons bemanningslede is gereed om kliënte op die lughawe en aan boord te help wat ondersteuning nodig het," het Dombrowski gesê. "Ons het 'n buigsame herboekingsbeleid vir diegene wat nie aan hierdie vereiste kan voldoen nie, en kliënte wat weier om hierdie standaarde te volg na versoeke van bemanningslede, sal hersien word vir verdere reisgeskiktheid op JetBlue."

Brock sien in elk geval nie hoe so 'n beleid sinvol is nie.

'Ek dink dit is nie haalbaar dat 'n kind wat 2 jaar oud is 'n masker dra nie. Ek dink nie dit is selfs moontlik om 'n kind te dwing om 'n masker te dra nie, veral as hulle 'n fopspeen in die mond het, 'het Bruck gesê. 'Hoe moet 'n kind asemhaal as hy sy neus en mond bedek?'

'' N 2-jarige kind het nie die logika as 'n ouer kind nie en verstaan ​​nie die gevolge daarvan om die masker nie te dra nie, 'het sy beklemtoon.

'Die manier waarop hulle my behandel het, is onmenslik,' het sy gesê. 'Ek het baie doelgerig gevoel.'


Ma van 6 het van JetBlue -vlug begin, want kleuter sou nie 'n masker hou nie, sê beleid 'nie haalbaar nie'

Familie het die JetBlue -vlug begin omdat kleuter nie 'n gesigmasker sou aanhou nie

Rou video: 'n Familie word aangesê om van die JetBlue -vlug af te klim, want 'n kleuter dra nie 'n masker nie.

'N Ma uit New York op 'n JetBlue-vlug van Orlando, Florida, na Newark, NJ, is meegedeel dat sy saam met haar ses kinders uit die vliegtuig moes klim, omdat haar 2-jarige dogter nie 'n gesigmasker sou dra nie - en nou sê sy dat haar man regstappe oorweeg teen die lugdiens.

Chaya Bruck van Brooklyn het aan Fox News gesê dat sy van mening is dat die lugredery se huidige maskerbeleid rakende klein kinders 'nie haalbaar is nie', en het bygevoeg dat haar onlangse ervaring nie net vernederend was nie, maar ook 'traumatiserend' was vir haar kinders.

Bruck het gesê dat lugwaardinne vir haar gesê het dat sy van die vlug moet afklim as haar 2-jarige nie 'n masker kan dra nie, selfs al probeer sy verduidelik dat sy die kleuter, Dina, sal probeer kry om die masker aan te hou. Bruck het intussen gesê dat sy onder die indruk was dat haar dogter vrygestel was om een ​​te dra.

'Ek is nie 'n konfronterende persoon nie, ek wou geen probleme hê nie, ek wou net saam met my ses kinders huis toe kom na 'n gesinsvakansie, en dit het 'n belemmering vir ons ervaring gehad,' het Bruck gesê. lede “was onbeskof teenoor my” tydens die vlug van 19 Augustus.

Bruck beweer dat sy net voor die vlug op die luidspreker gehoor het dat 'klein kinders' vrygestel is om 'n gesigmasker te dra as hulle dit nie kan aanhou nie, maar dat die aankondiging nooit 'n ouderdom spesifiseer nie. This mandate was also listed on JetBlue's "Traveling With Kids" webpage, claims Bruck – but it, too, did not specify an age. In the below screenshot, allegedly taken by Bruck's husband on Aug. 19, the site says "children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from the requirement."

Bruck's husband believes the wording was changed sometime after 10 p.m., and has been altered to read "all travelers 2 years and older must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey, including during check-in, boarding, while in flight and deplaning."

Bruck family said a screenshot of JetBlue’s website from Wednesday around 10 p.m. showed JetBlue’s "Traveling with Kids" section still included the line, "Children who are not able to maintain a face covering are execpt from the requirement" of wearing a face mask. They claim that line was dropped after 10 p.m. as it no longer appears in the section. (Bruck family screenshot of JetBlue’s website)

JetBlue, however, claims that they have not updated their policy since Aug. 10.

Meanwhile, Bruck told Fox News on Thursday that it is “inhumane” to publish one policy on the website while enforcing a different one in person. According to Bruck, her five older children were all wearing masks on Wednesday's flight, but her toddler daughter Dina wouldn't keep it on.

“She was pulling it off, she had a pacifier in her mouth and they [flight attendants] saw it happening,” she explained, adding that flight attendants soon told her to get off the plane.

“The rest of the passengers were supporting me and told me not to get off the plane,” Bruck said. “So I said, ‘I am not leaving, I need to get home, I paid for these flights.’”

“They [crew members] said, 'If you don’t get off the plane now, we are going to have to disembark all the passengers,' and then the passengers were yelling and screaming at the crew members, [saying,] ‘This is ridiculous, she is alone with six kids,’ … [The flight attendants] didn’t care.”

In a video sent to Fox News showing all passengers being forced to deplane, some can be heard complaining.

“Can you believe this that a 2-year-old cannot wear a mask and we’re all getting off the plane?” one passenger is heard saying in a video.

“Everyone call customer service on JetBlue,” another passenger says.

“My kids started crying. They got scared. They didn’t know what was going on. It was very traumatizing,” Bruck said.

Bruck told Fox News she wasn’t allowed back on the flight and JetBlue didn’t help her book another one. She said she ended up finding another flight home with United Airlines later that evening. Bruck, who only eats kosher food, added that, amid the commotion, she accidentally left the sandwiches she had made on the JetBlue flight, and her family was left without food for hours since she could not eat the food at the airport due to religious reasons.

She noted that she met a couple in the airport lobby who was not allowed back on the JetBlue flight because they stood up for her.

“It’s nice to know that we haven’t lost faith in humanity when the passengers stood up for me,” Bruck said.

Bruck was stranded in Florida for more than five hours on Wednesday, and arrived back to her New York City home around midnight. Her husband is now considering suing JetBlue over the incident.

In a statement sent to Fox News, Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways’ corporate communications manager, said, “During these unprecedented times, our first priority is to keep crewmembers and customers safe, and we’ve quickly introduced new safety policies and procedures throughout the pandemic.”

He pointed to the fact that JetBlue’s “face covering policy was updated most recently on Aug. 10 to ensure everyone is wearing a face-covering – adults and children alike – to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.”

“Children age 2 and over must wear a face covering, consistent with CDC guidelines, which say ‘Masks should not be worn by children under the age of 2,’” Dombrowski continued.

He went on to note that “customers receive an email before their flight outlining the latest safety protocols and face-covering policies.” Dombrowski also said the policy is listed on the JetBlue website.

“Our crew members are ready to assist customers in the airport and onboard who might need support,” Dombrowski said. “We have a flexible rebooking policy for those who are unable to meet this requirement, and customers who refuse to follow these standards after requests from crewmembers will be reviewed for further travel eligibility on JetBlue.”

In any case, Brock doesn't see how such a policy makes sense.

“I think that it’s not feasible for a child who is 2 years old to wear a mask. I don’t think under 4 is even possible to force a child to wear a mask, and especially if they have a pacifier in their mouth,” Bruck said. “How is a child supposed to breathe covering their nose and their mouth?”

“A 2-year-old child does not have the logic as an older kid and doesn’t understand the consequences of not wearing the mask,” she stressed.

“The way they treated me and went about it is inhumane,” she continued. “I felt very targeted."


Mom of 6 booted from JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep mask on says policy 'not feasible'

Family kicked off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep face mask on

Raw video: Family told to get off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't wear a mask.

A New York City mother on a JetBlue flight from Orlando, Fla., to Newark, N.J., was told she had to get off the airplane, along with her six children, because her 2-year-old daughter would not wear a face mask – and now she says her husband is considering legal action against the airline.

Chaya Bruck of Brooklyn told Fox News that she believes the airline's current mask policy concerning small children is "not feasible," and added that her recent experience was not only humiliating but “traumatizing" for her kids as well.

Bruck said flight attendants told her she had to get off the flight if her 2-year-old could not wear a mask, even as she tried to explain that she would try to get the toddler, Dina, to keep the mask on. Bruck, meanwhile, said she was under the impression that her daughter was exempt from wearing one.

“I’m not a confrontational person, I didn’t want any trouble, I just wanted to get home with my six kids after a family vacation and this put a damper on our experience,” said Bruck, who claimed that the airline's crew members “were rude to me" during the Aug. 19 flight.

Bruck claims that just prior to the flight, she heard on the loudspeaker that "small children" were exempt from wearing a face mask if they couldn’t keep it on, but that the announcement never specified an age. This mandate was also listed on JetBlue's "Traveling With Kids" webpage, claims Bruck – but it, too, did not specify an age. In the below screenshot, allegedly taken by Bruck's husband on Aug. 19, the site says "children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from the requirement."

Bruck's husband believes the wording was changed sometime after 10 p.m., and has been altered to read "all travelers 2 years and older must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey, including during check-in, boarding, while in flight and deplaning."

Bruck family said a screenshot of JetBlue’s website from Wednesday around 10 p.m. showed JetBlue’s "Traveling with Kids" section still included the line, "Children who are not able to maintain a face covering are execpt from the requirement" of wearing a face mask. They claim that line was dropped after 10 p.m. as it no longer appears in the section. (Bruck family screenshot of JetBlue’s website)

JetBlue, however, claims that they have not updated their policy since Aug. 10.

Meanwhile, Bruck told Fox News on Thursday that it is “inhumane” to publish one policy on the website while enforcing a different one in person. According to Bruck, her five older children were all wearing masks on Wednesday's flight, but her toddler daughter Dina wouldn't keep it on.

“She was pulling it off, she had a pacifier in her mouth and they [flight attendants] saw it happening,” she explained, adding that flight attendants soon told her to get off the plane.

“The rest of the passengers were supporting me and told me not to get off the plane,” Bruck said. “So I said, ‘I am not leaving, I need to get home, I paid for these flights.’”

“They [crew members] said, 'If you don’t get off the plane now, we are going to have to disembark all the passengers,' and then the passengers were yelling and screaming at the crew members, [saying,] ‘This is ridiculous, she is alone with six kids,’ … [The flight attendants] didn’t care.”

In a video sent to Fox News showing all passengers being forced to deplane, some can be heard complaining.

“Can you believe this that a 2-year-old cannot wear a mask and we’re all getting off the plane?” one passenger is heard saying in a video.

“Everyone call customer service on JetBlue,” another passenger says.

“My kids started crying. They got scared. They didn’t know what was going on. It was very traumatizing,” Bruck said.

Bruck told Fox News she wasn’t allowed back on the flight and JetBlue didn’t help her book another one. She said she ended up finding another flight home with United Airlines later that evening. Bruck, who only eats kosher food, added that, amid the commotion, she accidentally left the sandwiches she had made on the JetBlue flight, and her family was left without food for hours since she could not eat the food at the airport due to religious reasons.

She noted that she met a couple in the airport lobby who was not allowed back on the JetBlue flight because they stood up for her.

“It’s nice to know that we haven’t lost faith in humanity when the passengers stood up for me,” Bruck said.

Bruck was stranded in Florida for more than five hours on Wednesday, and arrived back to her New York City home around midnight. Her husband is now considering suing JetBlue over the incident.

In a statement sent to Fox News, Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways’ corporate communications manager, said, “During these unprecedented times, our first priority is to keep crewmembers and customers safe, and we’ve quickly introduced new safety policies and procedures throughout the pandemic.”

He pointed to the fact that JetBlue’s “face covering policy was updated most recently on Aug. 10 to ensure everyone is wearing a face-covering – adults and children alike – to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.”

“Children age 2 and over must wear a face covering, consistent with CDC guidelines, which say ‘Masks should not be worn by children under the age of 2,’” Dombrowski continued.

He went on to note that “customers receive an email before their flight outlining the latest safety protocols and face-covering policies.” Dombrowski also said the policy is listed on the JetBlue website.

“Our crew members are ready to assist customers in the airport and onboard who might need support,” Dombrowski said. “We have a flexible rebooking policy for those who are unable to meet this requirement, and customers who refuse to follow these standards after requests from crewmembers will be reviewed for further travel eligibility on JetBlue.”

In any case, Brock doesn't see how such a policy makes sense.

“I think that it’s not feasible for a child who is 2 years old to wear a mask. I don’t think under 4 is even possible to force a child to wear a mask, and especially if they have a pacifier in their mouth,” Bruck said. “How is a child supposed to breathe covering their nose and their mouth?”

“A 2-year-old child does not have the logic as an older kid and doesn’t understand the consequences of not wearing the mask,” she stressed.

“The way they treated me and went about it is inhumane,” she continued. “I felt very targeted."


Mom of 6 booted from JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep mask on says policy 'not feasible'

Family kicked off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep face mask on

Raw video: Family told to get off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't wear a mask.

A New York City mother on a JetBlue flight from Orlando, Fla., to Newark, N.J., was told she had to get off the airplane, along with her six children, because her 2-year-old daughter would not wear a face mask – and now she says her husband is considering legal action against the airline.

Chaya Bruck of Brooklyn told Fox News that she believes the airline's current mask policy concerning small children is "not feasible," and added that her recent experience was not only humiliating but “traumatizing" for her kids as well.

Bruck said flight attendants told her she had to get off the flight if her 2-year-old could not wear a mask, even as she tried to explain that she would try to get the toddler, Dina, to keep the mask on. Bruck, meanwhile, said she was under the impression that her daughter was exempt from wearing one.

“I’m not a confrontational person, I didn’t want any trouble, I just wanted to get home with my six kids after a family vacation and this put a damper on our experience,” said Bruck, who claimed that the airline's crew members “were rude to me" during the Aug. 19 flight.

Bruck claims that just prior to the flight, she heard on the loudspeaker that "small children" were exempt from wearing a face mask if they couldn’t keep it on, but that the announcement never specified an age. This mandate was also listed on JetBlue's "Traveling With Kids" webpage, claims Bruck – but it, too, did not specify an age. In the below screenshot, allegedly taken by Bruck's husband on Aug. 19, the site says "children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from the requirement."

Bruck's husband believes the wording was changed sometime after 10 p.m., and has been altered to read "all travelers 2 years and older must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey, including during check-in, boarding, while in flight and deplaning."

Bruck family said a screenshot of JetBlue’s website from Wednesday around 10 p.m. showed JetBlue’s "Traveling with Kids" section still included the line, "Children who are not able to maintain a face covering are execpt from the requirement" of wearing a face mask. They claim that line was dropped after 10 p.m. as it no longer appears in the section. (Bruck family screenshot of JetBlue’s website)

JetBlue, however, claims that they have not updated their policy since Aug. 10.

Meanwhile, Bruck told Fox News on Thursday that it is “inhumane” to publish one policy on the website while enforcing a different one in person. According to Bruck, her five older children were all wearing masks on Wednesday's flight, but her toddler daughter Dina wouldn't keep it on.

“She was pulling it off, she had a pacifier in her mouth and they [flight attendants] saw it happening,” she explained, adding that flight attendants soon told her to get off the plane.

“The rest of the passengers were supporting me and told me not to get off the plane,” Bruck said. “So I said, ‘I am not leaving, I need to get home, I paid for these flights.’”

“They [crew members] said, 'If you don’t get off the plane now, we are going to have to disembark all the passengers,' and then the passengers were yelling and screaming at the crew members, [saying,] ‘This is ridiculous, she is alone with six kids,’ … [The flight attendants] didn’t care.”

In a video sent to Fox News showing all passengers being forced to deplane, some can be heard complaining.

“Can you believe this that a 2-year-old cannot wear a mask and we’re all getting off the plane?” one passenger is heard saying in a video.

“Everyone call customer service on JetBlue,” another passenger says.

“My kids started crying. They got scared. They didn’t know what was going on. It was very traumatizing,” Bruck said.

Bruck told Fox News she wasn’t allowed back on the flight and JetBlue didn’t help her book another one. She said she ended up finding another flight home with United Airlines later that evening. Bruck, who only eats kosher food, added that, amid the commotion, she accidentally left the sandwiches she had made on the JetBlue flight, and her family was left without food for hours since she could not eat the food at the airport due to religious reasons.

She noted that she met a couple in the airport lobby who was not allowed back on the JetBlue flight because they stood up for her.

“It’s nice to know that we haven’t lost faith in humanity when the passengers stood up for me,” Bruck said.

Bruck was stranded in Florida for more than five hours on Wednesday, and arrived back to her New York City home around midnight. Her husband is now considering suing JetBlue over the incident.

In a statement sent to Fox News, Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways’ corporate communications manager, said, “During these unprecedented times, our first priority is to keep crewmembers and customers safe, and we’ve quickly introduced new safety policies and procedures throughout the pandemic.”

He pointed to the fact that JetBlue’s “face covering policy was updated most recently on Aug. 10 to ensure everyone is wearing a face-covering – adults and children alike – to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.”

“Children age 2 and over must wear a face covering, consistent with CDC guidelines, which say ‘Masks should not be worn by children under the age of 2,’” Dombrowski continued.

He went on to note that “customers receive an email before their flight outlining the latest safety protocols and face-covering policies.” Dombrowski also said the policy is listed on the JetBlue website.

“Our crew members are ready to assist customers in the airport and onboard who might need support,” Dombrowski said. “We have a flexible rebooking policy for those who are unable to meet this requirement, and customers who refuse to follow these standards after requests from crewmembers will be reviewed for further travel eligibility on JetBlue.”

In any case, Brock doesn't see how such a policy makes sense.

“I think that it’s not feasible for a child who is 2 years old to wear a mask. I don’t think under 4 is even possible to force a child to wear a mask, and especially if they have a pacifier in their mouth,” Bruck said. “How is a child supposed to breathe covering their nose and their mouth?”

“A 2-year-old child does not have the logic as an older kid and doesn’t understand the consequences of not wearing the mask,” she stressed.

“The way they treated me and went about it is inhumane,” she continued. “I felt very targeted."


Mom of 6 booted from JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep mask on says policy 'not feasible'

Family kicked off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep face mask on

Raw video: Family told to get off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't wear a mask.

A New York City mother on a JetBlue flight from Orlando, Fla., to Newark, N.J., was told she had to get off the airplane, along with her six children, because her 2-year-old daughter would not wear a face mask – and now she says her husband is considering legal action against the airline.

Chaya Bruck of Brooklyn told Fox News that she believes the airline's current mask policy concerning small children is "not feasible," and added that her recent experience was not only humiliating but “traumatizing" for her kids as well.

Bruck said flight attendants told her she had to get off the flight if her 2-year-old could not wear a mask, even as she tried to explain that she would try to get the toddler, Dina, to keep the mask on. Bruck, meanwhile, said she was under the impression that her daughter was exempt from wearing one.

“I’m not a confrontational person, I didn’t want any trouble, I just wanted to get home with my six kids after a family vacation and this put a damper on our experience,” said Bruck, who claimed that the airline's crew members “were rude to me" during the Aug. 19 flight.

Bruck claims that just prior to the flight, she heard on the loudspeaker that "small children" were exempt from wearing a face mask if they couldn’t keep it on, but that the announcement never specified an age. This mandate was also listed on JetBlue's "Traveling With Kids" webpage, claims Bruck – but it, too, did not specify an age. In the below screenshot, allegedly taken by Bruck's husband on Aug. 19, the site says "children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from the requirement."

Bruck's husband believes the wording was changed sometime after 10 p.m., and has been altered to read "all travelers 2 years and older must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey, including during check-in, boarding, while in flight and deplaning."

Bruck family said a screenshot of JetBlue’s website from Wednesday around 10 p.m. showed JetBlue’s "Traveling with Kids" section still included the line, "Children who are not able to maintain a face covering are execpt from the requirement" of wearing a face mask. They claim that line was dropped after 10 p.m. as it no longer appears in the section. (Bruck family screenshot of JetBlue’s website)

JetBlue, however, claims that they have not updated their policy since Aug. 10.

Meanwhile, Bruck told Fox News on Thursday that it is “inhumane” to publish one policy on the website while enforcing a different one in person. According to Bruck, her five older children were all wearing masks on Wednesday's flight, but her toddler daughter Dina wouldn't keep it on.

“She was pulling it off, she had a pacifier in her mouth and they [flight attendants] saw it happening,” she explained, adding that flight attendants soon told her to get off the plane.

“The rest of the passengers were supporting me and told me not to get off the plane,” Bruck said. “So I said, ‘I am not leaving, I need to get home, I paid for these flights.’”

“They [crew members] said, 'If you don’t get off the plane now, we are going to have to disembark all the passengers,' and then the passengers were yelling and screaming at the crew members, [saying,] ‘This is ridiculous, she is alone with six kids,’ … [The flight attendants] didn’t care.”

In a video sent to Fox News showing all passengers being forced to deplane, some can be heard complaining.

“Can you believe this that a 2-year-old cannot wear a mask and we’re all getting off the plane?” one passenger is heard saying in a video.

“Everyone call customer service on JetBlue,” another passenger says.

“My kids started crying. They got scared. They didn’t know what was going on. It was very traumatizing,” Bruck said.

Bruck told Fox News she wasn’t allowed back on the flight and JetBlue didn’t help her book another one. She said she ended up finding another flight home with United Airlines later that evening. Bruck, who only eats kosher food, added that, amid the commotion, she accidentally left the sandwiches she had made on the JetBlue flight, and her family was left without food for hours since she could not eat the food at the airport due to religious reasons.

She noted that she met a couple in the airport lobby who was not allowed back on the JetBlue flight because they stood up for her.

“It’s nice to know that we haven’t lost faith in humanity when the passengers stood up for me,” Bruck said.

Bruck was stranded in Florida for more than five hours on Wednesday, and arrived back to her New York City home around midnight. Her husband is now considering suing JetBlue over the incident.

In a statement sent to Fox News, Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways’ corporate communications manager, said, “During these unprecedented times, our first priority is to keep crewmembers and customers safe, and we’ve quickly introduced new safety policies and procedures throughout the pandemic.”

He pointed to the fact that JetBlue’s “face covering policy was updated most recently on Aug. 10 to ensure everyone is wearing a face-covering – adults and children alike – to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.”

“Children age 2 and over must wear a face covering, consistent with CDC guidelines, which say ‘Masks should not be worn by children under the age of 2,’” Dombrowski continued.

He went on to note that “customers receive an email before their flight outlining the latest safety protocols and face-covering policies.” Dombrowski also said the policy is listed on the JetBlue website.

“Our crew members are ready to assist customers in the airport and onboard who might need support,” Dombrowski said. “We have a flexible rebooking policy for those who are unable to meet this requirement, and customers who refuse to follow these standards after requests from crewmembers will be reviewed for further travel eligibility on JetBlue.”

In any case, Brock doesn't see how such a policy makes sense.

“I think that it’s not feasible for a child who is 2 years old to wear a mask. I don’t think under 4 is even possible to force a child to wear a mask, and especially if they have a pacifier in their mouth,” Bruck said. “How is a child supposed to breathe covering their nose and their mouth?”

“A 2-year-old child does not have the logic as an older kid and doesn’t understand the consequences of not wearing the mask,” she stressed.

“The way they treated me and went about it is inhumane,” she continued. “I felt very targeted."


Mom of 6 booted from JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep mask on says policy 'not feasible'

Family kicked off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep face mask on

Raw video: Family told to get off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't wear a mask.

A New York City mother on a JetBlue flight from Orlando, Fla., to Newark, N.J., was told she had to get off the airplane, along with her six children, because her 2-year-old daughter would not wear a face mask – and now she says her husband is considering legal action against the airline.

Chaya Bruck of Brooklyn told Fox News that she believes the airline's current mask policy concerning small children is "not feasible," and added that her recent experience was not only humiliating but “traumatizing" for her kids as well.

Bruck said flight attendants told her she had to get off the flight if her 2-year-old could not wear a mask, even as she tried to explain that she would try to get the toddler, Dina, to keep the mask on. Bruck, meanwhile, said she was under the impression that her daughter was exempt from wearing one.

“I’m not a confrontational person, I didn’t want any trouble, I just wanted to get home with my six kids after a family vacation and this put a damper on our experience,” said Bruck, who claimed that the airline's crew members “were rude to me" during the Aug. 19 flight.

Bruck claims that just prior to the flight, she heard on the loudspeaker that "small children" were exempt from wearing a face mask if they couldn’t keep it on, but that the announcement never specified an age. This mandate was also listed on JetBlue's "Traveling With Kids" webpage, claims Bruck – but it, too, did not specify an age. In the below screenshot, allegedly taken by Bruck's husband on Aug. 19, the site says "children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from the requirement."

Bruck's husband believes the wording was changed sometime after 10 p.m., and has been altered to read "all travelers 2 years and older must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey, including during check-in, boarding, while in flight and deplaning."

Bruck family said a screenshot of JetBlue’s website from Wednesday around 10 p.m. showed JetBlue’s "Traveling with Kids" section still included the line, "Children who are not able to maintain a face covering are execpt from the requirement" of wearing a face mask. They claim that line was dropped after 10 p.m. as it no longer appears in the section. (Bruck family screenshot of JetBlue’s website)

JetBlue, however, claims that they have not updated their policy since Aug. 10.

Meanwhile, Bruck told Fox News on Thursday that it is “inhumane” to publish one policy on the website while enforcing a different one in person. According to Bruck, her five older children were all wearing masks on Wednesday's flight, but her toddler daughter Dina wouldn't keep it on.

“She was pulling it off, she had a pacifier in her mouth and they [flight attendants] saw it happening,” she explained, adding that flight attendants soon told her to get off the plane.

“The rest of the passengers were supporting me and told me not to get off the plane,” Bruck said. “So I said, ‘I am not leaving, I need to get home, I paid for these flights.’”

“They [crew members] said, 'If you don’t get off the plane now, we are going to have to disembark all the passengers,' and then the passengers were yelling and screaming at the crew members, [saying,] ‘This is ridiculous, she is alone with six kids,’ … [The flight attendants] didn’t care.”

In a video sent to Fox News showing all passengers being forced to deplane, some can be heard complaining.

“Can you believe this that a 2-year-old cannot wear a mask and we’re all getting off the plane?” one passenger is heard saying in a video.

“Everyone call customer service on JetBlue,” another passenger says.

“My kids started crying. They got scared. They didn’t know what was going on. It was very traumatizing,” Bruck said.

Bruck told Fox News she wasn’t allowed back on the flight and JetBlue didn’t help her book another one. She said she ended up finding another flight home with United Airlines later that evening. Bruck, who only eats kosher food, added that, amid the commotion, she accidentally left the sandwiches she had made on the JetBlue flight, and her family was left without food for hours since she could not eat the food at the airport due to religious reasons.

She noted that she met a couple in the airport lobby who was not allowed back on the JetBlue flight because they stood up for her.

“It’s nice to know that we haven’t lost faith in humanity when the passengers stood up for me,” Bruck said.

Bruck was stranded in Florida for more than five hours on Wednesday, and arrived back to her New York City home around midnight. Her husband is now considering suing JetBlue over the incident.

In a statement sent to Fox News, Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways’ corporate communications manager, said, “During these unprecedented times, our first priority is to keep crewmembers and customers safe, and we’ve quickly introduced new safety policies and procedures throughout the pandemic.”

He pointed to the fact that JetBlue’s “face covering policy was updated most recently on Aug. 10 to ensure everyone is wearing a face-covering – adults and children alike – to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.”

“Children age 2 and over must wear a face covering, consistent with CDC guidelines, which say ‘Masks should not be worn by children under the age of 2,’” Dombrowski continued.

He went on to note that “customers receive an email before their flight outlining the latest safety protocols and face-covering policies.” Dombrowski also said the policy is listed on the JetBlue website.

“Our crew members are ready to assist customers in the airport and onboard who might need support,” Dombrowski said. “We have a flexible rebooking policy for those who are unable to meet this requirement, and customers who refuse to follow these standards after requests from crewmembers will be reviewed for further travel eligibility on JetBlue.”

In any case, Brock doesn't see how such a policy makes sense.

“I think that it’s not feasible for a child who is 2 years old to wear a mask. I don’t think under 4 is even possible to force a child to wear a mask, and especially if they have a pacifier in their mouth,” Bruck said. “How is a child supposed to breathe covering their nose and their mouth?”

“A 2-year-old child does not have the logic as an older kid and doesn’t understand the consequences of not wearing the mask,” she stressed.

“The way they treated me and went about it is inhumane,” she continued. “I felt very targeted."


Mom of 6 booted from JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep mask on says policy 'not feasible'

Family kicked off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't keep face mask on

Raw video: Family told to get off JetBlue flight because toddler wouldn't wear a mask.

A New York City mother on a JetBlue flight from Orlando, Fla., to Newark, N.J., was told she had to get off the airplane, along with her six children, because her 2-year-old daughter would not wear a face mask – and now she says her husband is considering legal action against the airline.

Chaya Bruck of Brooklyn told Fox News that she believes the airline's current mask policy concerning small children is "not feasible," and added that her recent experience was not only humiliating but “traumatizing" for her kids as well.

Bruck said flight attendants told her she had to get off the flight if her 2-year-old could not wear a mask, even as she tried to explain that she would try to get the toddler, Dina, to keep the mask on. Bruck, meanwhile, said she was under the impression that her daughter was exempt from wearing one.

“I’m not a confrontational person, I didn’t want any trouble, I just wanted to get home with my six kids after a family vacation and this put a damper on our experience,” said Bruck, who claimed that the airline's crew members “were rude to me" during the Aug. 19 flight.

Bruck claims that just prior to the flight, she heard on the loudspeaker that "small children" were exempt from wearing a face mask if they couldn’t keep it on, but that the announcement never specified an age. This mandate was also listed on JetBlue's "Traveling With Kids" webpage, claims Bruck – but it, too, did not specify an age. In the below screenshot, allegedly taken by Bruck's husband on Aug. 19, the site says "children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from the requirement."

Bruck's husband believes the wording was changed sometime after 10 p.m., and has been altered to read "all travelers 2 years and older must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey, including during check-in, boarding, while in flight and deplaning."

Bruck family said a screenshot of JetBlue’s website from Wednesday around 10 p.m. showed JetBlue’s "Traveling with Kids" section still included the line, "Children who are not able to maintain a face covering are execpt from the requirement" of wearing a face mask. They claim that line was dropped after 10 p.m. as it no longer appears in the section. (Bruck family screenshot of JetBlue’s website)

JetBlue, however, claims that they have not updated their policy since Aug. 10.

Meanwhile, Bruck told Fox News on Thursday that it is “inhumane” to publish one policy on the website while enforcing a different one in person. According to Bruck, her five older children were all wearing masks on Wednesday's flight, but her toddler daughter Dina wouldn't keep it on.

“She was pulling it off, she had a pacifier in her mouth and they [flight attendants] saw it happening,” she explained, adding that flight attendants soon told her to get off the plane.

“The rest of the passengers were supporting me and told me not to get off the plane,” Bruck said. “So I said, ‘I am not leaving, I need to get home, I paid for these flights.’”

“They [crew members] said, 'If you don’t get off the plane now, we are going to have to disembark all the passengers,' and then the passengers were yelling and screaming at the crew members, [saying,] ‘This is ridiculous, she is alone with six kids,’ … [The flight attendants] didn’t care.”

In a video sent to Fox News showing all passengers being forced to deplane, some can be heard complaining.

“Can you believe this that a 2-year-old cannot wear a mask and we’re all getting off the plane?” one passenger is heard saying in a video.

“Everyone call customer service on JetBlue,” another passenger says.

“My kids started crying. They got scared. They didn’t know what was going on. It was very traumatizing,” Bruck said.

Bruck told Fox News she wasn’t allowed back on the flight and JetBlue didn’t help her book another one. She said she ended up finding another flight home with United Airlines later that evening. Bruck, who only eats kosher food, added that, amid the commotion, she accidentally left the sandwiches she had made on the JetBlue flight, and her family was left without food for hours since she could not eat the food at the airport due to religious reasons.

She noted that she met a couple in the airport lobby who was not allowed back on the JetBlue flight because they stood up for her.

“It’s nice to know that we haven’t lost faith in humanity when the passengers stood up for me,” Bruck said.

Bruck was stranded in Florida for more than five hours on Wednesday, and arrived back to her New York City home around midnight. Her husband is now considering suing JetBlue over the incident.

In a statement sent to Fox News, Derek Dombrowski, JetBlue Airways’ corporate communications manager, said, “During these unprecedented times, our first priority is to keep crewmembers and customers safe, and we’ve quickly introduced new safety policies and procedures throughout the pandemic.”

He pointed to the fact that JetBlue’s “face covering policy was updated most recently on Aug. 10 to ensure everyone is wearing a face-covering – adults and children alike – to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.”

“Children age 2 and over must wear a face covering, consistent with CDC guidelines, which say ‘Masks should not be worn by children under the age of 2,’” Dombrowski continued.

He went on to note that “customers receive an email before their flight outlining the latest safety protocols and face-covering policies.” Dombrowski also said the policy is listed on the JetBlue website.

“Our crew members are ready to assist customers in the airport and onboard who might need support,” Dombrowski said. “We have a flexible rebooking policy for those who are unable to meet this requirement, and customers who refuse to follow these standards after requests from crewmembers will be reviewed for further travel eligibility on JetBlue.”

In any case, Brock doesn't see how such a policy makes sense.

“I think that it’s not feasible for a child who is 2 years old to wear a mask. I don’t think under 4 is even possible to force a child to wear a mask, and especially if they have a pacifier in their mouth,” Bruck said. “How is a child supposed to breathe covering their nose and their mouth?”

“A 2-year-old child does not have the logic as an older kid and doesn’t understand the consequences of not wearing the mask,” she stressed.

“The way they treated me and went about it is inhumane,” she continued. “I felt very targeted."