Delta Threw A Sarcasm On United Airlined After It Banned Girls For Wearing Leggings

A ban on leggings, certainly Delta is quirky about it Airlines having a Twitter war and it’s highly rollicking. Like many of us are not happy by United Airlines.

On Monday, March 27, the airline fired a concealed shot at United on Twitter with one perfect grill tweet.  It was so well planned and executed burn by their social media marketing team.

Delta’s official Twitter account tweeted about getting comfortable on their aircraft which was on half a promotion half a roast: 

“Flying Delta means comfort. (That means you can wear your leggings.)”.


The message ends with a winking face emojis.

This whole incident was followed up by a tweet of Shannon Watts on Sunday, she is a mother of five and belongs to Colorado. She is also a founder of movement Moms Demand Action.

On Sunday, she shared her experience via a Twitter post about a recent United flight experience.

She wrote that several young girls were averted from boarding their flight because their outfits were so-called inappropriate by an airline employee.

In her words:

“A united gate agent isn’t letting girls in leggings get on flight from Denver to Minneapolis because spandex is not allowed?. She’s forcing them to change or put dresses on over leggings or they can’t board. Since when does  united police women’s clothing?”

In response United said:

“United shall have the right to refuse passengers who are not properly clothed via our Contract of Carriage.”

In response, Watts then tweeted a series of thoughts and observations about the incident.

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