An El Al flight was allegedly delayed by 75 minutes after four ultra-orthodox Jewish men refused to sit down as they had been allocated seats next to women on a flight to Tel Aviv. They also refused to speak with female members of cabin crew. The flight eventually took off after cabin crew asked passengers to swap seats. This action contravened a court ruling made a year ago preventing airlines from asking female passengers to move seats as it amounts to discrimination.
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