United Airlines has announced 10 substantial changes to how it flies, serves and respects its customers. The changes are the result of United’s thorough examination of its policies and procedures, and commitment to take action, in the wake of the forced removal of a customer aboard a United flight.

United has committed to limit use of law enforcement to safety and security issues only, not require customers seated on the plane to give up their seat involuntarily unless safety or security is at risk, increase customer compensation incentives for voluntary denied boarding up to $10,000, establish a customer solutions team to provide agents with creative solutions such as using nearby airports, other airlines or ground transportations to get customers to their final destination, ensure crews are booked onto a flight at least 60 minutes prior to departure, provide employees with additional annual training, create an automated system for soliciting volunteers to change travel plan, reduce the amount of overbooking, empower employees to resolve customer service issues in the moment and eliminate the red tape on permanently lost bags by adopting a “no questions asked” policy on lost luggage.

While several of these policies are effective immediately, others will be rolled out through the remainder of the year.