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Signs you may be a victim of airline discrimination

The signs of airline discrimination may not always be easy to spot. After all, traveling can be a chaotic experience by nature with people constantly moving through security or clamoring for an overhead bin to fit their carry-on bag.

Nevertheless, no passenger should have to tolerate or even expect unfair treatment amid all the chaos. The U.S. Department of Transportation states that it is illegal for an airline to discriminate against individual passengers, especially if it is based on how someone looks, talks or dresses. If you are not certain that you experienced airline discrimination, consider whether any of the following scenarios might have happened to you in one way or another:

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