Gosh, this seems like a shocking idea don’t ya’ think? Whatever could have caused United to make this decision?
— The Hill (@thehill) April 17, 2017
Oh United, you cheeky monkey you.
@thehill The new policy is obsolete; there will likely be plenty of empty seats on United Airlines flights from this point forward.
— Alicia Hoffman (@hoffmanae1) April 17, 2017
Right? After what happened does United really think their planes will be fully booked anyway? Good point.
@thehill Too little, too late. The whole issue has people at odds as to who was right, and who was wrong on this issue. The entire ISSUE was wrong.
— Gina(coffee&wine)#Ω (@SunnyInJax) April 17, 2017
This doesn’t exactly undo what happened to Dr. Dao …
@thehill This is a page from the Duh Business School curriculum
— Dana Evans (@ChickBroncos) April 17, 2017
So they won’t be removing passengers for staff anymore … unless they’re a bride and groom on their way to get married?
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) April 17, 2017
Granted, United is saying the couple was trying to sit in seats that weren’t theirs and an Air Marshal removed them but still …