Steyn, at his best, at National Review:
The story has all the usual elements — the utter capriciousness of airline “safety”:
The Dainiak family was told by Southwest staff that the boy would either have to forgo the protective seat or get off the plane because the chair was not compliant with FederalAviation Administration rules.
“It was a little shocking,” said the boy’s father, Chris. “We flew down with this exact chair six days before.”