A former Halifax chef is looking for an apology from Porter Airlines after she was asked to move from her seat to accommodate a man who didn’t want to sit beside a woman for religious reasons. When the ultra-Orthodox Jewish man came down the aisle and saw the woman – Christine Flynn – he looked to the man across the aisle and said, “Change.” When the other man refused to change seats, the Jewish man started asking other male passengers to switch with him. When the flight attendant came by to ask if there was a problem, Flynn indicated that the Jewish man did not want to sit next to her because she was a woman. At that point, another man offered to switch seats and the attendant asked if Flynn would be willing to move, she said no. Eventually, the man was seated next to another male passenger and the flight took off. Should this man have been given religious accommodations? Should Flynn have moved? Should Porter have more strict guidelines when it comes to notifying them for special requests?