pro se plaintiff brought an action against Turkish Airlines, Inc. for, inter alia, breach of contract and discrimination after allegedly suffering "extreme emotional distress" from being denied an exit row seat, not receiving an allegedly promised seat with "leg space," and the flight crew's violation of "safety requirements" in failing to "provide any information regarding safety" and to "illuminate the seat belt signs before landing" on a flight from Washington, D.C. to Istanbul.  The Court granted the air carrier's motion to dismiss, holding that the Montreal Convention preempted plaintiff's discrimination and breach of contract claims as they were "indistinct from plaintiffs' tortious theories of harm," the plaintiff's dispute over his seating was not a Montreal Convention "accident," and the Montreal Convention precluded recovery for plaintiff's alleged mental injuries.  Naqvi v. Turkish Airlines, Inc., 2015 WL 757198 (D.D.C. Feb. 23, 2015).