United Airlines Has A New Plan To Avoid Brutalizing Passengers!

Friday, 21 April 2017
Ever since United Airlines had a passenger brutally beaten and dragged off the "overbooked" plane to make room for their own personnel, they've been in PR hell. So now they're doing everything they can to make sure an incident like the one with Dr. David Dao never happens again. Video: Jimmy Kimmel Gives Matt Damon The United...

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