Last night Brenda Berg reported on Twitter that her son had flown as an unaccompanied minor on United Airlines from Raleigh Durham to Newark, intending to connect on to Stockholm on SAS. However United put him on a Eurowings flight to Germany instead.
She says United accepted the boy for international travel but turned him over to the wrong airline
And Eurowings boarded him onto the aircraft, prepared to fly him to the wrong country, even without a boarding pass for that flight.
1) I thought UA's UM policy was for direct flights only?
2) How on earth did Eurowings board him if he wasn't a passenger?
3) Hate reading the trashy Twitter-style conversation, but it seems UA's response was less than stellar.