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MartynSinclair
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This discussion could also be extended to El Al.

I don’t have an issue with gender segregation for religious purposes, I do have an issue when people who require Gender Separation are able to hold up the departure of a flight.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/groups-of-ultraorthodox-jewish-men-keep-delaying-flights-by-refusing-to-sit-next-to-women-9949866.html

If an airline wants or needs to introduce a Segregated Cabin, the passengers using it, should be charged a premium and if that cabin is full, they need to be told in advance in case they do not wish to travel..

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