Third Chick-fil-A Banned From Airport

Apr 2016
These people need to understand that while a business is free to donate to hate groups, it must remember that decision may negatively affect the bottom line.

Not only that, but if I ran an airport, I'd want the restaurants open Saturday and Sunday, two of the busiest flight days of the week. Pay close attention to the bolded part.

Chick-fil-A banned from second airport in two weeks

For the second time in two weeks, Chick-fil-A has been blocked from opening a location at an airport.

Plans for a Chick-fil-A restaurant at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport in New York were nixed late last week, a New York state lawmaker said.

Democratic Assemblyman Sean Ryan of Buffalo said the airport's food vendor notified him that they would not add a Chick-fil-A restaurant to the food court.

Ryan applauded the decision, saying that the owners of the fast-food chain have a history of supporting and funding anti-LGBTQ organizations.

“The views of Chick-fil-A do not represent our state or the Western New York community, and businesses that support discrimination have no place operating in taxpayer-funded public facilities,” he said in a statement.