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New Law Would Ban Airlines From Bumping Passengers Involuntarily

United Airlines’ decision to forcibly remove a paying passenger to make room for an airline employee has led to increased pressure for carriers to change their policies. 196 more words

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Couple Kicked Off United Flight In Texas As They Head To Wedding

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HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP/CBS NEWS) – A couple flying to Costa Rica for their wedding were kicked off their United Airlines flight in Texas for not following crew instructions. 360 more words


Delta OKs Offers Up To $9,950 To Flyers Who Give Up Seats

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ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) – Delta is letting employees offer customers nearly $10,000 in compensation to give up seats on overbooked flights, hoping to avoid an uproar like the one that erupted at United after a passenger was dragged off a jet. 719 more words


F--- the Friendly Skies

Here’s the advertising:

And here’s the reality:

Here’s another reality, which someone at United was too damned dumb to predict:


I hope the news media will stay on top of this story.   65 more words

This story is about businesses facing up to the reality that developing a healthy positive work/ business culture where the consumers and the employees are treated with respect and dignity have to be part of its risk management plans. 1,232 more words