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Old 16th Apr 2017, 22:42
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DaveReidUK
 
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Originally Posted by SalNichols View Post
Technically incorrect. His status in the eyes of UA might have changed
In fact the only change in his status was from that of a boarded passenger with a confirmed reservation and a seat, to a boarded passenger with a confirmed reservation and a seat who had declined an offer to be voluntarily "re-accommodated" and who had even explained to United the reasons why he needed to be on that flight.

but his absolute rights under the CFR and UA's own CofC did NOT change.
As effectively acknowledged by United's CEO, so who are any of us to argue with that ?
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