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DENVER — A mother and her 5-month-old son got kicked off a Frontier Airlines flight from Denver International Airport to Memphis, Tenn., last week after the mother told a flight attendnat she was the “queen” of the plane.
Nicki Gazlay told WMC-TV in Memphis that she was told to remove her son from an Ergo Baby carrier on a connecting flight before the plane could take off. She told the flight attendant she didn’t have to on the previous Frontier flight that same day.
Gazlay said she placed her son on her lap and told the flight attendant she would do as she was instructed because the flight attendant was the “queen” of the plane.
That’s when the flight attendant gave Gazlay and her son the boot. Gazlay was forced to buy another ticket from a different airline to get back to Memphis.