Hong Kong transportation company Cathay Pacific will honor first class and business class tickets which it mistakenly sold massively under market price.
For one, a return business flight in August from Da Nang to New York sold for about $675, a seat which typically costs around $6,000.
With United Airlines’ poor and disastrous customer service being thrust into the spotlight this week, many are reminded of the 94-year-old grandmother who was forced to leave her $3,600 Business Class seat and move to Economy on her 16-hour flight from Los Angeles to Melbourne, Australia, on February 2.
Marianne Santos Aguilar recounted in a March Facebook post that her grandmother, Paz Orquiza, suffered from severe arthritis and degenerative bone structure.
International superstar and all-around, great guy Donnie Yen has chimed in on the United Airlines fiasco involving Vietnamese-American Dr. David Dao, calling it “uncivilized” and an “injustice”.
The “Ip Man” and “Rogue One” actor recounted on Facebook a conversation that he had with his 9-year-old son who apparently watched the news of 69-year-old Dao getting dragged off the overbooked United flight on TV.
This story has been updated.
An Asian man was forcibly taken off an overbooked United Airlines flight from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky, after refusing to give up his seat to airline employees who needed to be in Louisville on Monday.
An airline CEO sees a future where people may no longer need to pay anything for commercial flight tickets.
The statement came from Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary, who said at a press conference in London on Tuesday, that his airline may soon offer free flights to its customers about ten years from now.