Here’s how airlines like United choose who to kick off of a flight — and what to do if you’re chosen

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  • United’s overbooking policies are being called into question after a video of a passenger being dragged off a flight went viral.
  • Passengers who have more expensive tickets, higher frequent flyer status, and checked in early are less likely to be bumped
  • There is no federal limit to the amount of money an airline can offer its passenger to deplane.

On Sunday, law enforcement officials forcibly removed a passenger from a United Airlines flight in Chicago.

The incident stemmed from the passenger’s refusal to deplane after being bumped from Flight 3411 to Louisville.

The incident once again shines the spotlight on the practice read more >>>

Source : BusinessInsider.Com

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