Portland residents file lawsuit against Boeing and Alaska Airlines for discrimination

Three Portland residents have filed a lawsuit against Boeing and Alaska Airlines after being denied access to an Alaska Airlines flight 1282. The passengers were denied boarding on the flight from Portland to Los Angeles in 2020.

The lawsuit alleges that the passengers were wrongfully denied boarding due to their race and gender. The plaintiffs claim that they were discriminated against and treated unfairly by the airline and its staff.

The incident has sparked controversy and raised concerns about discrimination and bias in the airline industry. The plaintiffs are seeking compensation for the emotional distress and financial loss they experienced as a result of being denied boarding.

Boeing and Alaska Airlines have not yet publicly commented on the lawsuit. The case is expected to bring attention to the issue of discrimination in air travel and could potentially lead to changes in airline policies and procedures.


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