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East Lansing woman unsatisfied after flight incident

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A Michigan State University employee who has accused flight attendants aboard an American Eagle flight of treating her unjustly says the airline hasn't given her any satisfaction.

The Lansing State Journal reports Julie Rojewski blogged about her experience aboard a flight from Washington, D.C., to Lansing on Oct. 27.

Rojewski and other passengers say flight attendants were rude, wrongly targeted Rojewski as a belligerent passenger and scolded her. She was told the captain wanted her removed from the flight and that she'd be banned from future flights.

Rojewski wanted the airline to investigate the incident and take action. She turned down an offer for a $300 flight voucher.

American Eagle is operated by American Airlines subsidiary PSA Airlines.

American Airlines spokesman Ross Feinstein has previously said the airline and PSA Airlines are looking into the allegations.

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