The Latest in Their Campaign to Attack Passengers
Give a company a near monopoly and they will not act very nice or in the customer’s interest. Case in point, United Airlines. If one defines Terrorism as the process of changing people’s behavior by fear of attacks, United fits that bill. Recently a woman traveling with her two year old bought both of them a ticket. But the airline gave away the two year old’s seat and she didn’t complain. Here’s why.
“I was told if we refund you anything right now, we’re going to have to cancel the rest of your flight arrangements to
she told KITV. Hawaii
So the mother continued on with her flight, holding her two year old instead of having the child safely in a seat, which she apparently paid $1,000 for. What did United do?
A United spokesman told The Post that the airline would compensate Yamauchi “as a goodwill gesture” and will work with employees to avoid a repeat of the mistake.
Meanwhile of course, the United campaign to make every last dime from its passengers continues. Even if it means endangering a child and potentially violating safety standards.