As US Congress prepares to hold hearings on airline customer service, the practice of overbooking flights is coming under scrutiny with airline policies being closely watched. Dallas-based Southwest Airlines announced this week that it will end the practice of overbooking during the current quarter. New York-based JetBlue Airways already had a policy in place to not overbook before the recent United Airlines bumping incident that brought public attention to overbooking and ...

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