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New Tool Allows You To Block United Airlines

April 14, 2017

Are you over all the news about the United Airlines passenger fail from this past weekend? David Dao, the passenger that was drug off a flight in Chicago, is preparing to sue the airline for boatloads of money. 

If you don't want to give United anymore attention or money, there's a new tool for you. 

There's now a third party Google Chrome extension that will block out any and all content about United Airlines. It's called Drop United and it even goes a step further to stick it to the airline who's customer service is questionable at best. If you are looking to book a flight and you use any of the popular flight search sites like Kayak or Expedia, their flight information won't be displayed. So even if they have the cheapest flights, you won't be able to see that information, and you won't book a flight through them. 

The anonymous creator describes the Drop United extension with this: "Corporations can treat you like sh*t because you’ll eventually forget you were ever mad. Drop United is a Chrome extension that drags United Airlines off your flight search results. So the next time you search for a flight, United won’t have a seat in your options. Welcome to the United States of Humanity."