A Twitter user identified as Erika Gorman tweeted images at the airline company that alleged to show the "disorderly" employee during a flight from Denver to Williston, North Dakota.
United Airlines says it has compensated all of its passengers that were on a flight from Denver to Williston Thursday afternoon after a "concerning incident" involving a flight attendant arose. A passenger tweeted that one boarding announcement was, "If your seatbelt isn't tight, you (expletive)'d up".
"We know about a concerning episode including a flight orderly serving on our provincial specialist co-op Trans States Airlines flight 4689".Читайте также: Sharks slide to edge of elimination with Game 5 loss
The flight attendant was not arrested, according to Click2Houston. "The safety of our passengers and crew is ours and United's top priority".
United Airlines said it is refunding air fare for passengers "as a gesture of goodwill".
As a motion of altruism, we have remunerated all clients on board the flight and we apologize for any bother or misery this may have caused.
When the airlines were asked about the flight attendant's details, they did not respond.
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