Southwest Airlines to end overbooking, cites United incident
Southwest Airlines said it will end the practice of overbooking flights at some point in the current quarter. Chairman and CEO Gary Kelly conceded to reporters on an April 27 conference call that the recent United Airlines passenger bumping incident put overbooking “under a bright light” and led...
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