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Southwest Airlines will stop overbooking flights after United dragging

Southwest Airlines will stop overbooking flights after United dragging

FORT WORTH, Texas — Southwest Airlines said it will stop overbooking flights sometime in the next quarter, partly in response to the United Airlines dragging incident two weeks ago. Chief Executive Officer Gary Kelly said the Dallas-based airline hasn’t been overbooking much recently because more customers have been showing up for their flights, eliminating no-shows.
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