Autistic Girl and Her Parents Removed From Airplane — But Is jetBlue to Blame?

A pilot for jetBlue Airways had a girl and her parents removed from the aircraft on which they were to fly as passengers from Nantucket to Boston — the duration of the flight is approximately 20 minutes on an Embraer E190 regional jet aircraft — because the 13-year-old girl was crying and refused to buckle her seat belt prior to departure. Mia Galindo — who was supposedly diagnosed with autism, cannot talk, and uses a tablet as a primary mode of communication — was reportedly upset because…

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