United right to say no to leg­gings

The Denver Post - - OPINION - Re: Elaine Lit­tle,

“United to its pas­sen­gers: Leg­gings ‘ are wel­come,’ ” March 28 news story.

United Air­lines has every right to re­quire in­di­vid­u­al­swho are flying free on their air­line [ be­cause they are fam­ily or as­so­ciates ofUnited em­ploy­ees] to ad­here to a spe­cific dress code. I travel do­mes­ti­cally and in­ter­na­tion­ally quite fre­quently, and the cloth­ing that many trav­el­ers think is ac­cept­able inmy opin­ion is dis­grace­ful. Per­haps if they are dress­ing to clean the garage, it might be OK. We all have rights. If you pay for your ticket, you can dress as slovenly as you want. If you are ac­cept­ing the gen­eros­ity of the air­line to fly free, do your­self a fa­vor and look like you per­haps be­long there. Send let­ters of 150 words or fewer to open­fo­rum@ den­ver­post. com or 101W. Col­fax Ave., Suite 800, Den­ver, CO, 80202. Please in­clude full name, city and phone num­ber.

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