United Reaches Agreement With Passenger Dragged Off PlaneThe Kentucky man who was dragged off a United Airlines flight in Chicago has reached a settlement with the airline for an undisclosed amount.
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.
Death Of Giant Rabbit Adds To United Airlines WoesUnited Airlines is investigating the death of a giant rabbit on one its trans-Atlantic flights.
Pro Golfer Tweets That United Airlines Broke His Golf ClubsIt just keeps getting worse for United Airlines.
United CEO Says No One Will Be Fired For Dragging IncidentThe CEO of United Airlines says no one will be fired over the dragging of a man off a plane — including himself.
Md. Senator Drafting Bill To Prevent Police From Removing Airline CustomersSenator Jim Rosapepe is drafting legislation to keep a situation like the United Airlines debacle in Chicago from happening in Maryland.
United Passenger Stung by Scorpion While Eating Dinner on Flight A passenger was traveling on United Airlines from Calgary to Houston when he was stung by a scorpion.
Md. Senator Pushing To Bar Airlines From Forcibly Removing PassengersOne Maryland senator is now pushing to bar airlines from forcibly removing passengers from overbooked flights.
Lawyer Says Man Dragged Off Plane Has Concussion, Lost TeethA passenger dragged from a United Express flight suffered a "significant" concussion and broken nose, and he lost two front teeth, one of his lawyers said.
United to Compensate People on Flight When Man Dragged OffUnited Airlines sought to quell the uproar over a man being dragged off a plane by announcing on Tuesday that it would no longer ask police to remove passengers from full flights and would compensate customers who were on the flight when the man was removed.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen Announces 'Customers Not Cargo Act' Senator Chris Van Hollen is introducing legislation that would prohibit airlines from forcibly removing passengers after boarding.
United CEO: 'This Will Never Happen Again'"That is not who our family at United (Airlines) is," he said. "This will never happen again on a United flight. That's my promise."

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