The airline business is a tough one. If you can’t beat your rivals, maybe you can try winning in other ways.
— Hemanth Nelavai (@HemanthNelavai) April 11, 2017
The incident did little to reverse aviophobia, the fear of flying.
— AJ Hensch (@ajhensch85) April 11, 2017
It also may have provided a good reason to read the seemingly superfluous air safety cards located in the seatback pocket in front of you.
— Luke Maynard (@lukemaynard) April 11, 2017
One Twitter user suggested changing the slogan to, “United Airlines, where they put the ‘hospital in hospitality.”
— Liberals Leaving (@LiberalsLeaving) April 11, 2017
Another idea was, "United Airlines: We’ll beat any price and customer!"
— BlkMAGIC (@DrkLovely1) April 11, 2017
United’s marketing team might also consider: “Not enough seating? Time for a beating.”
— DL Hughley (@RealDLHughley) April 11, 2017
Sticking true to United’s code of ethics, the company might consider:
— Tweeting for Change (@Tweetng4Change) April 11, 2017
Southwest, another major US airline, capitalized on the chaos with their own new slogan.
— alvin foo (@alvinfoo) April 11, 2017
The team could borrow from The Big Lebowski’s Walter Sobchak, who threatens to Sonny that he would be entering a world of pain if he didn’t mark his bowling card a zero.
— Edward Nieh (@niehedward) April 11, 2017