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United exec warns passengers booking flights on airlines without vaccine mandates
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United Airlines executives told investors Wednesday that customers should be wary of airlines that don't have vaccine requirements.
During the third-quarter earnings call, the airline's executives, including CEO Scott Kirby, said that customers can "book with confidence" with United.
The Chicago-based carrier has taken the strongest pro-vaccination stance among U.S. airlines and claims to have rolled out one of the most comprehensive vaccine policies in the country.
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"You can book with confidence on United," United Chief Commercial Officer Andrew Nocella said. "But if you're booking on an airline that doesn't have a vaccine requirement, they have government rules they have to follow and caveat emptor."
In Latin, caveat emptor means "let the buyer beware."