Association of Flight Attendants President Sara Nelson: “People take for granted that they’re going to have a safe flight”

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ELK GROVE VILLAGE, IL - FEBRUARY 19: A newly painted United Airlines jet is seen in this UAL handout photograph from its corporate headquarters February 19, 2004 in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. United Airlines has unveiled new colors for their jets as they start a new advertising campaign. (Photo by United Airlines via Getty Images)

Association of Flight Attendants International President Sara Nelson gives her thoughts on the nearly $100,000 fee incurred by an unruly airline passenger. She tells John what is being done by Congress to improve comfort issues while on airline flights, whose seats are becoming increasingly tighter.

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