|Above, a United Airlines Dreamliner at LAX. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
United Airlines has stared public outrage in the face and that has now resulted in decision to change its policy in dealing with boarded passengers.
Travel + Leisure has posted an article on United's policy change.
United Airlines will no longer bump passengers who are already onboard to allow crew to ride on flights, according to an internal memo shared with TMZ and verified by The New York Times.
The change in policy comes following backlash toward United after the airline forcibly removed a paying passenger from his seat to accommodate a crewmember. The passenger suffered a concussion and lost several teeth, according to his lawyer. Video of the incident quickly went viral, causing international outrage.
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