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From one extreme to another this week when it comes to oversells. We wrote about how one family made $11,000 after taking a few bumps on Delta Air Lines. They had a positive experience and came out ahead. However, the same can’t be said for one United Airlines passenger who was dragged off an United Express aircraft from Chicago to Louisville, KY.
Unlike Delta which solicits volunteers in the gate area, somehow United already had boarded all the passengers on the plane, and needed to essentially kick off some passengers so they could send some crew members to Louisville instead.
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