What will United controversy mean for company’s bottom line?
- Never fly united again!! That’s all I going to say about it.
- Can’t. The policy is in the contract of carriage when he booked his ticket. That passenger should be put on the no-fly list for acting like a petulant child.
- Okay, here is the deal. United is not to blame for the leggings incident. The girl wearing the leggings was using a buddy pass ( which means that she was flying for free, because a family member works for the airlines), and they have a dress code, because they want anyone flying for free on their behalf, to look presentable, because they are representing their company. That girl did not look presentable in the leggings. For the “dragging” incident, it got out of hand. They overbooked their flight, so therefore, they offered 400 dollars and a free hotel to the person who would volunteer to get off. Nobody volunteered, so they raised the price to 800 dollars and a free hotel. Still, nobody got off. So, they had to randomly select 4 people to get bumped off of the next flight. 2 of the 4 were the man in this video, and his wife. They refused to get off. Now, you are probably thinking that it is wrong to randomly select 4 people, but it is 100% legal for United to do that. So, they called security. He told them that he HAD to be at work the next morning, so he couldn’t get off. So, security dragged him off of the plane, which you are NOT allowed to do. So for the “Dragging” incident, United wasn’t at fault for this either, because they did not order security to drag him off. Just thought you would like to know. United is a great company. None of this was their fault.
- I will NEVER board a UNITED flight again….. bumped for United staff?….are you KIDDING ME?…..UNACCEPTABLE! I will never utilize anybody even AFFILIATED with this unprofessional, uncouth dramatically unaccountable airline.