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The Perfect Landing

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From Jack Downey on 24-Aug-2015

 
  No high chairs. What kind of airport restaurant doesn't have high chairs? General aviation is dying and establishments like this that are not welcoming to young families are one of the reasons why. I drove (I'm a CFI but don't have a medical right now) down from Boulder so my kids could watch the airplanes while they ate. Instead they got a lesson in discrimination. I've been to literally hundreds of restaurants with my family from McDonald's to those with two Michelin stars and never seen a place that was so uninterested in my business or my children's. Exact quote from owner when I said, "aviation is dying. Airports are supposed to be a welcoming places for families, " he's said, "I guess we just aren't that kind of place."
 
 
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