United Airlines will offer to buy your seat on overbooked flights up to five days in advance.
The Chicago-based airline launched its Flex-Schedule Program this week, which will offer flyers rewards for flexibility with their itineraries, according to Bloomberg.
The company will partner with Atlanta-based Volantio and use the startup’s technology to back the initiative.
The new system allows flyers to sign up for a rewards program that will compensate them for having flexible travel plans. If…