Chick-fil-A banned from second airport after ‘donating to anti-LGBTQ groups’


Chick-fil-A has been removed from a second airport in two weeks for spreading ‘hate and discrimination’.


Only a week after a Chick-fil-A was blocked from opening at one major U.S. airport, a second airport has done the same amid criticism of the company’s stance on LGBTQ issues.


Buffalo Niagara International Airport in New York reversed its decision to add a location of the fast-food chain at the facility.


The move came a week after San Antonio International Airport in Texas did the same.


Last month, a report was published on tax filings that claimed Chick-fil-A donated $1.8 million to three anti-LGBTQ groups in 2017.


It is also alleged that the company bars employees from “homosexual acts.”


Chick-fil-A said in a statement that “recent coverage about Chick-fil-A continues to drive an inaccurate narrative about our brand.”