An airline is a company that provides air transport services for traveling passengers and freight. Airlines lease or own their aircraft with which to supply these services and may form partnerships or alliances with other airlines for mutual benefit. Generally, airline companies are recognized with an air operating certificate or license issued by a governmental aviation body.Airlines vary from those with a single aircraft carrying mail or cargo, through full-service international airlines operating hundreds of aircraft.
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  • United Airlines Gets Millions of Gov’t $$$ – Aviation Whistleblower Post

    … United Airlines is best today known for its poor customer service, inhumane treatment of overbooked passengers and destroying checked bags. A series of bad press and YouTube videos has finally got Congress interested in how the airline conducts its commercial passenger operations. As we reported earlier, however, United Airlines gets much of its…

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  • Forbes

    …Five Lessons From United Airlines About Handling A Customer Experience Gone Bad by Stan Phelps | Link to original source (88K) Unless you live under a rock, you are most likely aware of United Airlines most recent misstep. A passenger who had boarded a plane was involuntarily bumped, asked to leave his seat and then was forcibly removed. Refer…

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  • International Business Times

    …United Airlines Dragging Passenger Off Plane Was Illegal, Says Lawyer – Here’s Why by Juliana Rose Pignataro | Link to original source (96K) Not only did United Airlines make millions of enemies when it forcibly removed a passenger from a Louisville-bound flight, it also acted illegally, according to attorney Brian Mahany of Wisconsin-based…

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  • United Airlines Deep Dark Secret

    … United Airlines is no stranger to bad press. Remember the professional musicians who helplessly watched their expensive guitars destroyed by United ground personnel? That little incident launched years of bad publicity after the band recorded a song entitled United Destroys Guitars. The guitar incident was in 2008. Things have only become worse…

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  • Can You Be Removed from an Overbooked Flight?

    …. When an airline can’t find a volunteer, it resorts to its published tariffs and overbooked flight rules. Unfortunately the government says airlines can overbook as long as they have a written guideline in place for dealing with the unhappy passengers denied boarding. Like most carriers, United Airlines has an overbooked flight rule. United’s Rule…

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  • It Worked For Them and It Can Work For You

    … to raise new capital through the restructuring process. They can now attempt to remain relevant in the continually burgeoning American gun market that set all time sales records last year. There are many other famous names who successfully sought bankruptcy relief in order to stay in business. American Airlines filed for bankruptcy protection…

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  • In-flight injuries to plane passengers

    … of other personal aboard or preparing the plane for flight such as ground controllers or flight attendants. 3 The cause of the accident also influences what theory of liability, such as negligence or product liability, a person can recover under as well as what parties may be held liable. Some of the most common liable parties include the owners…

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  • The Limits of the Foreign Income Exclusion

    … Land: Seamen and Airline Workers In the past, airline workers flying international routes and seamen considered the pay received for services performed at sea or in the air as foreign earned income and filed their taxes accordingly. In a recent, groundbreaking court ruling, a United Airlines flight attendant who was a US taxpayer and lived in Hong…

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  • Waiving your appearance at arraignment for a DWI.

    … was that: (1) I requested an appearance waiver at an arraignment; (2) it’s a DWI arraignment. Judges typically want defendants present at arraignments, because it is when defendants are read the charges against them, and when many of their rights are explained. New York’s Criminal Procedure Law allows defendants to waive their right to appear…

    Adam Militello/ DWI Law & Criminal Defense Blog- 19 readers -
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