Supreme Court indicates Minnesota rabbi spurned by frequent flier program may be out of luck

  • Article by: MARK SHERMAN , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 3, 2013 - 3:45 PM

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court indicated Tuesday it won't offer much help to frequent fliers who want to sue when airlines revoke their miles or their memberships.

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Fair ViewDec. 3, 13 1:04 PM

It's a shame to see the Nation's highest court tied up on matters such as this.

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honeybooDec. 3, 13 1:34 PM

The Supreme Court, for this? It's unfortunate that some stereotypes perpetuate themselves.

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lolomn763Dec. 3, 13 1:47 PM

"It sounds to me like I go in to, you know, get a ticket, my reasonable expectation is they're not going to charge me what they're going to charge, you know. I mean, it's unbelievable," Justice Stephen Breyer said. I think I speak for everyone when I say "What????"

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viqueenfailDec. 3, 13 2:27 PM

Wow. I was just going to get a Delta credit card because I'll be doing a lot of flying over the next 5 or 6 years. But if this is how they treat their best customers then I think I'll get the Capital One card instead. I guess Delta thinks that when they lose your luggage you have no right to complain.

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