US airlines making historic progress to reduce passenger bumping

US airlines have appeared to have gotten the message that passengers were unhappy with being involuntarily bumped from their flights. Following United Airlines’ public relations disaster in April when a passenger refused a request to leave his seat (i.e., being “involuntarily bumped”) and was...

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