United To Offer Bumped Flyers Up To $10K After Video FlapUnited Airlines is raising the limit to $10,000 for payments to customers who give up seats on oversold flights and will increase training for employees as they deal with fallout from videos of a passenger being dragged off a flight.
Pro Golfer Tweets That United Airlines Broke His Golf ClubsIt just keeps getting worse for United Airlines.
Same Lawyer Now Representing United Airlines And American Airlines PassengersIt appears the victims from separate incidents on United and American Airlines flights may be getting a common ally.
Attorney: Doctor's Removal From United Flight Worse Than Leaving VietnamA lawyer for the passenger forcibly removed from a United Express flight says the experience was more horrifying than when he left Vietnam during the fall of Saigon.
Twitter Users Mock United Over Overbooked Flight Incident Just a day after a viral video showed a bloodied man being dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight by security, Twitter users took to the platform to make fun of the airline's tactics.
Man Removed From Jet Is Kentucky Doctor With Criminal RecordA man dragged off a United Express flight by security officers is a Kentucky physician who was convicted more than a decade ago on felony charges involving prescribing drugs.
Passengers Question Rights After United Forcefully Bumps PassengerShares of United Airlines stock fell in early trading Tuesday morning as the company deals with the fallout from a video shows security officers dragging a man from an overbooked flight from Chicago to Louisville.
Video Of Passenger Getting Dragged Off United Flight Sparks Uproar A video of a passenger being dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight sparked an uproar on socials media as the airline insists its employees had no choice but to contact authorities and remove the man.
United Airlines Defends Dress Code Amid Leggings BacklashUnited Airlines says regular paying customers are welcome to sport their leggings after two teenage girls were not allowed to board their flights for wearing them.
Delta: No Larger Pets On Planes Starting In March With hundreds of thousands of pets each year taking to the sky with their owners, one of the nation’s biggest airlines is joining other carriers and changing its rules.
Airlines Consider Hoverboards Too Hot To FlyDelta, United and American Airlines announced they have joined the growing list of airlines banning hoverboards onboard their flights, for both checked-in or carry-on luggage.
United Flights No Longer Grounded After Computer ProblemsUnited Airlines flights in U.S. are back in the air after being grounded Wednesday because of computer problems.