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WASHINGTON Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg of Minneapolis ray bans admits being both a frequent flier and a frequent complainer. He flew on Northwest Airlines about 75 times a year, domestically and internationally, earning enough miles to qualify for Elite status.
Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg, shown ray bans in 2003, sued Northwest Airlines for canceling his frequent flier account status. After an appellate court upheld his claim, it went to the Supreme Court, which heard arguments Tuesday. (Credit: Minneapolis Star Tribune)
But he also complained a lot about two dozen times in seven months, the airline says demanding compensation for delays, lost bags and losing seats on overbooked flights that Northwest said th ray bans e rabbi had reserved the purpose of being bumped. Northwest terminated Ginsberg platinum status for its frequent flier program, the rabbi sued. had hundreds of thousands of miles, and I wanted them back, he said, s ray bans tanding on the steps of the Supreme Court on Tuesday, where his case was heard.
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