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Man pulled off of United plane in Chicago set for LouisvilleCHICAGO, Ill. (WHAS11) — Disturbing footage sent to us from viewers on social media shows a man forcibly removed from a United Airlines Flight headed from Chicago to Louisville on April 9. The man was forced out of his seat by officials and dragged him down the aisle. (www.aircrew.in) More...
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Looks like United's PR and legal department's will have more damage control to contend with..I swear United places their mouths and bodies in motion before their brains go into drive!
For what it is going to cost them, they could have flown a 737 there and back for the four crew and still saved a ton.
Agreed, or chartered lear for a :35 minute flight if it was that important!
Well, 35 minutes plus whatever it takes to organize it all, which is probably more than that.
Six to seven hour drive depending on traffic
That 6 to 7 hours added to their duty day, plus not enough rest time "behind the door" to be legal to fly in the morning. Which would inconvenience 72 more people on that flight as the reposition another crew, and the dominos keep falling.
Or hired a luxury limo to move people