Frontier Airlines 'supports' crew that restrained passenger

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8/4/2021 12:36:00 PM

Frontier Airlines says it supports staff who duct-taped a man accused of assaulting its crew, rowing back after saying they were suspended

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But spokeswoman Jennifer de la Cruz thensaid in a statement to CNNthat it supports the crew and they will be on paid leave."Frontier Airlines maintains the utmost value, respect, concern and support for all of our flight attendants, including those who were assaulted on this flight," she said.

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"We are supporting the needs of these team members and are working with law enforcement to fully support the prosecution of the passenger involved.22-year-old Maxwell Berry was arrested after the flight.Sign up for notifications from Insider! Stay up to date with what you want to know.

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Frontier Airlines now supports flight crew who restrained man who allegedly assaulted themFrontier Airlines now says it 'supports' and will pay the crew of flight attendants it had earlier said were suspended after restraining a passenger charged with groping and punching them. I’m surprised no felony charges. What qualifies for a felony, if not that? As they should. White man breaks the law and black victims get punished amerikkka

Flight Attendants Duct-Tape Man To Seat After He Allegedly Groped, Punched CrewA wild video taken on a Frontier Airlines flight from Philadelphia to Miami shows a passenger being duct-taped to his seat after he allegedly groped two flight attendants and punched a third in the face. KenPaxtonTX SDFLnews WhiteHouse POTUS POTUSPress VP StateDept SenateGOP WE THE PEOPLE OF CUBA ARE DEMANDING AN IMMEDIATE MILITARY INTERVENTION IN CUBA WITH FULL FORCE TO AVOID MORE BLOODSHED AND REPRESSION AGAINST THE CUBAN PEOPLE FROM A TYRANT GOVERNMENT, NOW!! cant afford 2 pair of cuffs/ Good job flight attendants. Passengers r out of control ! Airline, workers should not have to put up with bad behavior. Ya'll trying to get us back to some sense of traveling normalcy, I hope he was the last to unboard.

Passengers duct tape man to seat after in-air fight on Frontier Airlines planeMaxwell Berry was arrested at an airport in Miami after he allegedly groped two flight attendants and then got into a physical altercation with a third. Look if the Moron is throwing punches yea duck tape him or put a parachute on the dummy Ok at first I laughed.. but now that I read it..what an a******! People better get ready for no alcohol on the flights. Americans are behaving so badly on flights. These people have no class. Just disgraceful. I absolutely hate flying to the U.S.

Frontier Airlines Passenger Taped To Seat After Allegedly Groping Flight AttendantsThe airline says the flight attendants were “relieved of flying” pending an investigation. How times have changed! Years ago a flight attendant complained to me as I got off the plane. It seems I did not flirt with her enough. Did this pathetic person try to use turbulence as an excuse for his wandering hands? Lol

Frontier Airlines passenger taped to seat, arrested after altercationA Frontier Airlines passenger accused of groping two flight attendants and punching a third on a flight from Philadelphia to Miami was taped to his seat for the duration of the flight and arrested on landing, NBC News reported on Tuesday. 🙌🙌😂😂😂 🤪👍🤕 Many people going bonkers in aircraft nowadays. What could be the reason?

2 travelers who used fake vaccine cards to enter Canada from U.S. fined nearly $16,000Two airline passengers entering Canada from the U.S. have been fined nearly $16,000 each for submitting fake vaccination cards and Covid-19 test results, officials say. Play stupid games win stupid prizes Pay up fraudsters. And they should be quarantined in solitary for 3 weeks (the variants, you know, can't be too sure!)