Frontier Airlines Denies Blind Man From Boarding

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Kliphton Miller, a legally blind man, was denied boarding on a flight with Frontier Airlines because he was deemed a ‘liability.’

Because Miller was traveling with his granddaughter, Frontier Airlines was concerned whether he could properly care for her.

Miller responded, “I would have been fine on the plane. Usually flight attendants will help me to the bathroom if I need to change her, but I can do it myself. I was a single dad for 10 years before I got married, and then I was a stay-at-home dad. I am completely capable.”

The airline later apologized, “I would have been fine on the plane,” Miller said. “Usually flight attendants will help me to the bathroom if I need to change her, but I can do it myself. I was a single dad for 10 years before I got married, and then I was a stay-at-home dad. I am completely capable.”

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