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Ranking US Airlines Most Likely to Offer Passengers Benefits to Miss Their Flight

TravelPulse Logo By Patrick Clarke of TravelPulse | Slide 1 of 18: The Vacationer has analyzed Air Travel Consumer Reports from the U.S. Department of Transportation to find out how domestic airlines rank in terms of voluntary denied boardings or bumps in which passengers receive benefits such as travel credits, hotel accommodations and food vouchers to miss overbooked flights. The travel site examined data for 17 airlines over a 12-month span (Q3 2019 – Q2 2020) on a per 100,000 passenger basis to determine which are most likely to reward travelers who agree to be bumped.

Voluntary Denied Boardings Leaders

The Vacationer has analyzed Air Travel Consumer Reports from the U.S. Department of Transportation to find out how domestic airlines rank in terms of voluntary denied boardings or bumps in which passengers receive benefits such as travel credits, hotel accommodations and food vouchers to miss overbooked flights. The travel site examined data for 17 airlines over a 12-month span (Q3 2019 – Q2 2020) on a per 100,000 passenger basis to determine which are most likely to reward travelers who agree to be bumped.

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