United Airlines Gave Out $100,000 Downgrading Passengers On One Hawaii Flight This Weekend
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February 24, 2020 - by Gary Leff for viewfromthewing.com
United flight 363 from Newark to Honolulu was supposed to be operated by a Boeing 777 on Saturday. The airline swapped the plane for a Boeing 767-300, and that meant fewer business class seats. The airline needed ten volunteers who were willing to downgrade.
Fortunately those passengers didn't even need to go back to coach seats. While United doesn't sell its premium economy cabin on the route, the plane they used offered a 'Premium Plus' cabin.
That meant economy plus was like domestic first class with foot rests. Downgrading passengers wouldn't have to suffer the 11 hour 22 minute flight in coach seats.
These ten passengers each received $10,000 in travel voucher compensation for...
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