United Airlines had a passenger knocked unconscious and dragged violently from a full plane for refusing to yield his ticketed seat to an employee who wanted it. This is CEO Oscar Munoz's public apology, to those who needed to be re-accommodated.
Hopefully they'll never have an overbooked plane again.
The Wall Street Journal reports that human error is still a factor in potential cockpit door breaches.
It hasn’t been a good month for United Airlines – or, rather, its passengers. First Dr. Dao gets beat up by security while sitting in his United seat until he’s toothless and unconscious, while on the same day a scorpion on another United flight stings a passenger in the hand. This week the unlucky passenger […]
United Airlines employees are no longer allowed to forcibly remove seated passengers to swipe their seat. Instead, they must swipe seats before paying passengers board. “The airline has also raised the amount of money that supervisors can offer to compensate displaced passengers, from $1,350 to $10,000,” says NYMag, “and announced that it will no longer […]
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