Delta Air Lines Refunds Ann Coulter $30 After Twitter Proceedings

In a statement, repeated on Twitter, the airline criticized Ms. Coulter for “posting derogatory and slanderous comments and photos in social media” about its employees and customers.
All customers complied and the flight departed without incident.”Ms. Coulter complained that the airline did not communicate the seat change before boarding.
I had reasons for choosing 15D, not 15A, or any other seat.”The airline’s statement appeared only to incense Ms. Coulter, who continued the fight late into Sunday night and early Monday morning.
Delta said it had learned about her complaint only after she began tweeting after the flight landed.
In an email on Monday, she wrote: “I spent time ‘reserving’ — that term has a flexible meaning at Delta — a specific seat, and that’s my hourly rate.

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