Bader explained: “I was taking off and went to put my seatbelt on and it legitimately did not go around my body. Like, I could not wear the seatbelt.”
Delta told indy100: "We appreciate the feedback from this customer as we continue to look for ways to create an inclusive travel experience for all.
"While we understand the sensitivities at play, safety remains our number one priority, and we ask that customers requiring seatbelt extenders self-identify to flight attendants upon boarding in order to comply with the FAA requirement."
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