Posted June 02, 2019 07:10:16We all know the "no questions asked" rule in the US.The US Airways blog post about their new fares, for example, states: "We understand that your first flight may be booked online or through a travel agent, but you are asked to provide a valid US passport or visa."So, the rules are pretty simple, right?Wrong.It turns out, this "no queries asked" policy isn't as simple ...
The United Airlines website shows that an online reservation can be made for a flight from Moscow’s Krasnodar Airport to Dubai’s Dubai International Airport.
It’s $2,500 for a round-trip flight, or $2.75 for a connecting flight.
But it’s not clear what, if any, connections United Airlines offers to Dubai.
A United Airlines spokeswoman said it is working to resolve the issue.
United says in a statement that it will continue to offer a free round-the-world flight from New York to Dubai, and a connecting service from New Orleans to Dubai that connects Dubai with London.
The company also offers free, daily flights to the United Arab Emirates.
In a statement, United Airlines said that it is aware of the problem, and that the company is working with the airline to resolve it.
United Airlines has a long history of providing flights to Dubai and other Middle Eastern countries, but the issue appears to be the latest in a series of missteps by the airline.
In September, the company said it would temporarily stop all flights to Middle Eastern destinations.
On Tuesday, United announced it would cancel all international flights to Saudi Arabia.
In March, the United States government ordered the airline company to suspend operations in the Middle East, including flights to Qatar, until the airline fixes a number of safety and security lapses in its operations.
The order is aimed at preventing another potential terrorist attack by the Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamist group that has been blamed for several recent attacks.