Assessing Involuntary Air Boarding, On-Time Performance

Business Travel News 2/4/2020

AAA World Article

The U.S. Government Accountability Office in December 2019 issued a report examining the frequency of and rationale for involuntary denied passenger boardings on U.S. flights.


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