(CNN) - United Airlines says its banned more than 700 passengers for their behavior during the pandemic.
United CEO Scott Kirby says the number of unruly passengers for their behavior is low compared to the number of customers overall.
Right now, the airline services close to three million customers a week.
It's also low in comparison with other U.S. airlines.
Delta has banned 1,600 people from flying since the pandemic began.
Kirby credits deescalation training given to United flight attendants for having lower rates of incident over mask violations.