United CEO Says Nobody Fired For Dragging IncidentUnited Airlines executives said that it is too soon to know if last week's dragging of a man off of a plane is hurting ticket sales. The CEO added that no one will be fired over the incident.
United's 1Q Profit Fell 69 Percent, Before Dragging IncidentThe cost of fuel, labor and maintenance all rose sharply in the first quarter, helping push United's profit down to $96 million, despite higher revenue.
Couple Kicked Off United Flight In Texas As They Head To WeddingA couple flying to Costa Rica for their wedding were kicked off their United Airlines flight in Texas for not following crew instructions. This, in the wake of United forcibly removing of a doctor from a plane in Chicago last week.
United Changes Policy, Crews Can't Displace Seated PassengersUnited Airlines is changing a company policy and will no longer allow crew members to displace customers already onboard an airplane.
Delta OKs Offers Up To $9,950 To Flyers Who Give Up SeatsDelta is letting employees offer customers nearly $10,000 in compensation to give up seats on overbooked flights, hoping to avoid an uproar like the one that erupted at United after a passenger was dragged off a jet.
Man Dragged Off Plane Has Concussion, Lost TeethA lawyer for a man dragged off a United Express flight says he suffered a concussion and broken nose and lost two front teeth.
Airlines Pushing Back On Talk Of Banning Overbooking FlightsFederal rules allow airlines to sell more tickets than they have seats, and airlines do it routinely because they assume some passengers won't show up.
Airlines Pushing Back On Talk Of Banning Overbooking FlightsThe airline industry is beginning to speak up against any effort to bar them from overselling flights.
United CEO 'Ashamed' About Passenger's RemovalUnited Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz says he felt "ashamed" watching video of a passenger being dragged off a United Express flight and has promised to review the airline's passenger removal policy.
United Pledges To Review Policies On Removal Of PassengersIn his most contrite apology yet, Oscar Munoz said Tuesday that no one should be mistreated that way. He described the removal by airport police as "truly horrific."
United CEO On Dragged Passenger: No One Should Ever Be Mistreated This WayUnited CEO apologizes for treatment of passenger dragged off plane, saying "No one should ever be mistreated this way."
United CEO Defends Employees In Passenger Dragging IncidentThe CEO of United Airlines' parent company is supporting the way his employees handled an incident with a passenger who did not want to go after being asked to leave a plane on Sunday night at Chicago's O'Hare Airport.