Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Ann Coulter Rages At Delta For Booting Her From Reserved Airplane Seat

Ann Coulter Rages At Delta For Booting Her From Reserved Airplane Seat

However, the air carrier got a chance to turn around its public perception after Coulter went on a raging Twitter rant and declared it "the worst airline in America" for daring to move her from an aisle seat with "extra legroom" to a window.

Coulter said she was upset about the seating change because she took the time to investigate the aircraft and choose her pre-booked seat.

Coulter went ballistic on social media after she was moved from the aisle seat on a flight from NY to Palm Beach, Florida, to a window seat in the same exit row.

The blustering Twitter assault on Delta Airlines began at roughly 6 p.m. on Saturday and extended into Sunday night when Coulter became livid after losing her premium seat to a fellow passenger whom she described as having dachshund-like legs. A spokesman for the airline confirmed with HuffPost that Coulter was on a flight from La Guardia Airport in NY to Florida on Saturday.

She fired back again shortly after, saying she's "STILL WAITING FOR AN EXPLANATION FROM THE BRILLIANT, TALENTED, HARDWORKING STAFF" at Delta. "Like I did." She also tweeted a picture of the unhappy-looking new seat-occupier.

"Only people like Ann Coulter could make one take the side of the airline".

She continued berating the airline in a stream of tweets, calling Delta the "suckiest" airline and suggesting a new motto for the airline. They offered to refund her $30.

Brown, the Delta spokesman, couldn't disclose details of the incident, but said that airline representatives would reach out to Coulter, as they would any customer with similar claims.

- Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) July 15, 2017Suck-ass @Delta spends all this $$$ on lovely aircraft & then hire Nurse Ratchets as flight attendants & gate agents.

When Coulter allegedly asked why she was moved, a flight attendant apparently responded with "I don't know". Most likely a death in the family.

Delta Airlines' seating policy can be found on their website.

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