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Airlines Can Pay A Hefty Sum For Bumping Passengers

Airlines Can Pay A Hefty Sum For Bumping Passengers

It’s been quite the week for air travel – particularly for United and Delta. Both airlines made headlines for separate instances involving moving passengers from aircrafts – both voluntarily and involuntarily. The most recent incident involved a passenger who was forcibly removed from a United flight in Chicago that was bound for Louisville, Kentucky.
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