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 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 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 Airlines CEO Undergoes Heart TransplantThe CEO of United Airlines, who has been on medical leave since suffering a heart attack in October, underwent a heart transplant on Wednesday. The airline said that he is recovering.
New United Airlines CEO Faces ChallengesThe new CEO of United Airlines faces a daunting list of problems he must fix, including late flights and technology that too often suffers embarrassing outages.
United CEO Steps Down Amid InvestigationUnited Airlines abruptly replaced its CEO as a federal investigation continued into whether the airline gave preferential treatment to the former chairman of the agency that operates the New York-area airports.