At Least 10 People Hurt When United Flight Hits TurbulenceAt least 10 passengers aboard a United Airlines jet were injured when the plane hit turbulence during a flight from Panama to Houston.
United Says Cockpit Door Access Info May Have Been Made PublicUnited Airlines said in a "Safety Alert" emailed to employees that information regarding its flight deck access security procedures "may have been compromised."
United Flight Delayed After Scorpion Reported Aboard A United flight from Houston to Ecuador was delayed after a scorpion was spotted aboard.
Giant Rabbit Owners Seek Details, Payment From UnitedThe owners of a giant rabbit that died after flying from the United Kingdom to Chicago want to know more about the animal's death and why he was so quickly cremated.
United CEO Faces Questions As Congress Examines Air TravelUnited Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz will be the star witness as Congress examines customer service by U.S. airlines and how air travel can be improved.
United Moves To Ease Criticism With Settlement, New PoliciesUnited Airlines moved to staunch criticism — and any customer defections — by reaching a settlement Thursday with a passenger dragged off one of its planes two weeks ago and issuing new policies designed to prevent similar customer-service failures.
United Reaches Settlement With Man Pulled Off AirplaneA Kentucky doctor who was dragged off a United flight after he refused to give up his seat to crew members has reached a settlement with the airline for undisclosed amount.
Southwest Airlines To Stop Overbooking FlightsSouthwest Airlines said that it plans to stop overbooking flights, an industry practice implicated in an ugly incident on a United Airlines flight that damaged that carrier's reputation with the flying public.
How United Selects Passengers For Involuntary BumpingIn a report issued about the dragging of a passenger on an overcrowded United Airlines flight, the company spelled out how it selects passengers for involuntary bumping.
United Raising Limit On Payments To Bumped Flyers To $10,000United Airlines says it will raise the limit — to $10,000 — on payments to customers who give up seats on oversold flights and will increase training for employees as it deals with fallout from the video of a passenger being violently dragged from his seat.
Pro Golfer Tweets That United Airlines Broke His Golf ClubsIt just keeps getting worse for United Airlines.
Passengers In Viral Airline Videos Have Same LawyerThe woman seen sobbing in a viral video after an American Airlines flight attendant took away her stroller now has a lawyer — the same attorney representing a man dragged off a United Express flight earlier this month.