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In March, two girls were barred from a flight because they were wearing leggings, which the company said violated its dress code for a benefit for United employees and their dependents. Bridges said, adding that the airline had by then increased its incentive to an 0 voucher.The airline later said that it offered up to

In March, two girls were barred from a flight because they were wearing leggings, which the company said violated its dress code for a benefit for United employees and their dependents. Bridges said, adding that the airline had by then increased its incentive to an $800 voucher.The airline later said that it offered up to $1,000 in compensation. Hobart, the United spokesman, confirmed that United sought passengers willing to give up their seats with compensation but that none stepped forward.but was delayed two hours.“We had a customer who refused to leave the aircraft,” he said.“We have a number of customers on board that aircraft, and they want to get to their destination on time and safely, and we want to work to get them there.“Since that customer refused to leave the aircraft, we had to call” the police, and they came on board, he said.The videos show a security officer removing the unidentified man from his seat and dragging him off the plane as he screams.The flight was scheduled to depart O’Hare International Airport in Chicago for Louisville, Ky., at p.m.

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In March, two girls were barred from a flight because they were wearing leggings, which the company said violated its dress code for a benefit for United employees and their dependents. Bridges said, adding that the airline had by then increased its incentive to an $800 voucher.

,000 in compensation. Hobart, the United spokesman, confirmed that United sought passengers willing to give up their seats with compensation but that none stepped forward.but was delayed two hours.“We had a customer who refused to leave the aircraft,” he said.“We have a number of customers on board that aircraft, and they want to get to their destination on time and safely, and we want to work to get them there.“Since that customer refused to leave the aircraft, we had to call” the police, and they came on board, he said.The videos show a security officer removing the unidentified man from his seat and dragging him off the plane as he screams.The flight was scheduled to depart O’Hare International Airport in Chicago for Louisville, Ky., at p.m.

Bridges said, and the pair begrudgingly got off the plane.It was not clear how the man had managed to board again.At one point, the authorities and medics surrounded the man and gave him tissues for his mouth, which was bleeding, Mr. Eventually the man moved to the front of the plane and collapsed sideways into a seat before being taken off the plane on a stretcher, Mr. In a statement, Oscar Munoz, the chief executive of United Airlines, called the episode “an upsetting event.”He said the company apologized for having to “reaccommodate” the customers.“Our team is moving with a sense of urgency to work with the authorities and conduct our own detailed review of what happened,” he said.An additional 62,895 people voluntarily gave up their seats.



Apr 10, 2017. In a statement, Oscar Munoz, the chief executive of United Airlines. A version of this article appears in print on April 10, 2017, on Page A1 of.… continue reading »


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