- When an airline overbooks a flight, sometimes you can score an incredible deal by volunteering to give up your seat and take a later flight.
- However, in some cases, the airline will involuntarily deny boarding, bumping a passenger to a later flight. Even though you’re entitled to compensation and accommodations, this can be a huge inconvenience.
- Upgraded Points recently examined the number of involuntary denied boardings by US airlines in 2018, and ranked the airlines most likely to bump you. Scroll down to see the full ranking.
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