Two Aviation Officers Fired, Two Suspended For Dragging Doctor Off United FlightDr. David Dao suffered a concussion and a broken nose, and lost two teeth when his head hit an armrest.
Relief Flight Loaded With Supplies Heading From Chicago To Puerto RicoAnother flight made the same trip on Monday, delivering 75,000 pounds of supplies, and bringing back more than 300 evacuees.
United Airlines Won't Be Fined For Dragging David Dao Off Flight At O'HareThe federal government has told the airline that, despite certain "failures" that day, it was off the hook, and wouldn't have to pay a fine.
United Airlines Provides Relief Flights For Hurricane Harvey VictimsChicago-based United Airlines continues to work to help a couple of hundred of its passengers who are still stranded in Houston because of Hurricane Harvey.
United Flight Out Of Houston Lands In Chicago Despite Airport ShutdownOne of the first flights out of Houston landed in Chicago late Sunday night.
Iowa Group Sues United Over Death Of Giant Rabbit, SimonA group of Iowa businessmen has filed a lawsuit against United Airlines over the death of a giant rabbit after a flight from London to Chicago.
United Flight Returns To O'Hare With Engine Fire; Bird Strike BlamedThe city’s Aviation Department said the pilot on United Flight 1738 to Miami reported an engine issue after takeoff, and returned to O’Hare
Fight For $15 Protests Target McDonalds, United Airlines ShareholdersProtest organizers said, since the “Fight for $15” movement launched in 2012, more than 20 million low-wage workers have received pay raises
Council Members Debate Jobs Of Airport GuardsA Chicago city council committee approved a measure regarding police enforcement at airports in response to the United Airlines incident.
United: 'Some Cockpit Access Information May Have Been Made Public'United Airlines announced that its cockpit door access information may have accidentally been made public.
O'Hare Boss: 'Completely Unacceptable' Officers Dragged Man Off PlaneAviation Commissioner Ginger Evans said security officers shouldn't have carried out United's request to remove Dr. David Dao from a plane.
Senate Subcommittee To Look Into Current State Of Airline TravelThe recent passenger-dragging incident at O'Hare will be front and center Thursday in D.C. during a U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing.