houston - An engaged couple was Saturday on the way to Costa Rica to get married there stepped in the US city of Houston just before leaving the unit of United Airlines.
The couple says she was forced to leave the plane employees, but the airline denies this, claiming that the couple is voluntary disembarked.
The couple, Michael Hohl and his fiancée Amber Maxwell wanted to sit in a luxurious room on the plane because there were still places free, but the staff on board refused. According they had offered the betrothed to pay for. United have offered the couple a free night in a hotel and booked them on a flight to Costa Rica on Sunday.
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Last week there was great commotion when video came out of a 69-year-old doctor who was dragged from a unit of United Airlines the hard way. The plane was overbooked and crew be the man to disembark. Which did not. He was wounded and challenges the airline is likely to court.