A gay father has reportedly hired a lawyer and is planning to sue United Airlines after he was falsely accused of inappropriately touching his own son during a May 20 flight.
"There was no empathy to the situation," the soldier said.
United Airlines Protocol Breach? Cockpit Door Security Codes Made Public By Flight Attendant, Reports Say
The airline, which became the subject of ongoing public scrutiny recently, sent employees a bulletin warning Saturday saying "flight deck access procedures may have been compromised."
A New Jersey family was reportedly booted from a Las Vegas-bound flight over an argument over where to store a birthday cake.
United Airlines has been the subject of ongoing public scrutiny after multiple incidents between airline employees and passengers aboard its flights went viral.
The airline company has been surrounded by several controversies for over the last few months. Here are five such instances after the David Dao incident.
“You do not have my permission to videotape,” the woman says before adding, “What's his name? Cancel the reservation.”
A Kansas City woman claims that she was forced to urinate in a cup aboard a United Airlines flight.
In a video captured by passengers on a Southwest Airlines flight, showed a man punching another multiple times before other passengers could pull him away.
Instead of flying to Paris, the woman ended up in San Francisco.
Dao's lawyers called the settlement "amicable" in a statement released Thursday.
United has said it is still investigating what might have happened to a giant rabbit that died after a United Airlines flight.
Kima Hamilton, a passenger aboard a Delta Airlines flight 2035 from Atlanta to Milwaukee was removed from the flight because he needed to use the restroom urgently.
The move comes after passenger David Dao was violently removed from United’s Chicago-Louisville flight due to overbooking.
United CEO Oscar Munoz explained in a written statement to senators that the company is reviewing its policies to ensure that its passengers, employees and partners are not put in “impossible situations.”
Simon the rabbit, slated to be the world's largest bunny in the world, died on a United Airlines flight from the U.K.
'Remove Airline Passenger,' United Airlines-Inspired App, Lets You Play Airport Security Guard On Overbooked Flight
A new game called “Remove Airline Passenger” is now available on the Google Play Store.
Despite the public-relations blow United Airlines has suffered following its infamous passenger-removal incident, the company's most frequent flier also remains its No.1 fan.
Hoping to protect United's Asian market, the CEO met with Chinese officials — but the passenger dragged off the plane was of Vietnamese, not Chinese, descent.
As more information and multiple videos of the incident become available, it's clear that Dao had been neither confrontational nor disruptive.
Investors who are listening in on United's earnings call Tuesday morning expect an explanation of a new policy to prevent a PR catastrophe like the one the airline has suffered since April 9.
United Airlines, which is already under investigation for forcefully dragging a man out from an overbooked flight, has again run into trouble.
When they had passenger David Dao forcibly removed from a flight, staff at United Airlines apparently forgot two golden rules of marketing.
Market experts analyze the short-term and long-term financial impact of the airline's passenger-dragging, PR disaster.
There is no monetary cap for lawsuits in Chicago.
“So, we’re sorry this happened to you, Dr. David Dao. United is ridiculous and we want to fix your nose for you.”
The new Chrome extension "Drop United" will block flights from the airline when you use Google Chrome to search for flights.
Passengers Rights: New Bill Would Block Airlines Like United From Forcibly Removing Ticketed Passengers
Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen says video of the United passenger being dragged from the plane spotlights a "widespread problem" — and that Congress must act.
The passenger at the center of the airline's overbooking incident demanded that all related evidence be preserved.
A look back at the incident shows how the airline got in such hot water so quickly.