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United Airlines changes boarding rules for travelling employees

United Airlines changes boarding rules for travelling employees

Washington (dpa) – United Airlines has changed its rule on commuting employees boarding its flights while not on duty after an incident which saw a passenger dragged off an overbooked flight in Chicago, broadcaster CNN reported Saturday. Crew members and staff taking a United flight to get to another city for work will be required to
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