United Won't Let Kids Board Early

USA Today, Wednesday, May 23, 2012 9:56 AM
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On United, families with children who aren't flying first or business class now have to board with their ticketed boarding groups. The airline adopted the policy last month "to simplify the boarding process and to reduce the overall number of boarding groups," says United spokesman Charles Hobart. Most airlines, including JetBlue Airways, Virgin America and Delta Air Lines, let families with small children board before most coach passengers.

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