Carter and Etta and four other kids stayed in a room at the Atlanta airport for about four hours and were taken to a hotel by a Frontier employee about 5 a.m., Gray said. They were only given rice krispie treats and water, he said.
“At least give them some Chick-fil-A — that’s in Atlanta, right?” Gray said.
Gray also expressed concern that his daughter was not in a booster seat, which is required by law, and the kids were not properly supervised in the hotel rooms.
“I think there needs to be set policies and procedures put in place,” he said. “I think they probably escaped this incident with very little damage, but that may not be the case if it happens again.”
The father of the 9- and 7-year-old said the whole situation was mishandled and he still hasn’t heard from the airline.