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Increase in Weight of Passengers Led to This New Policy — and Discrimination?

A supposed increase in average passenger weight — as the result of a survey — required one airline to meet the guidelines of the manufacturer and redistribute weight in cabins on its Boeing 767 airplanes by limiting the number of adults per row of seats; and by reserving seats in certain rows for children younger than 13 years of age... ...and as a result of this policy, separate complaints to the Department of Transportation of the United States were filed by two businessmen from American Samoa against.
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