United Airlines Makes History By Offering Non-Binary Gender Booking
It should be noted, like other information in your flight booking, how you choose to identify has to match your passport or other forms of ID. In 2017, Oregon was the first U.S. state to approve the inclusion of non-binary gender indicators on ID cards, passports, and drivers licenses
The Guardian reported. Since then, Washington DC, New York, California, Maine, Minnesota, Arkansas, and Colorado have followed suit. Non-binary IDs are also recognized by the International Civil Aviation Organization, the United Nations agency for air travel.