After the forcible removal of a passenger from a United Airlines flight, the airline is changing its policy on overbooking passengers, and other carriers including Fort Worth-based American Airlines are adjusting their own rules as well.

Chicago-based United’s (NYSE: UAL) commuting staff and crew will now be required to check into their flights 60 minutes before departure, airline spokeswoman Maggie Schmerin said in a statement.

The airline promised to no longer involve police in bumping passengers…