Officer Who Dragged United Passenger Off Flight Sues City, AirlineIt has been almost one year since David Dao was dragged off a United Airlines flight.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Passenger Dragged Off Flight Agrees To Settlement With United AirlinesDr. David Dao's attorneys announced the settlement Thursday afternoon, but terms were not disclosed.
United To Offer Up To $10K To Bump Passengers; Will Reduce OverbookingUnited has outlined 10 policy changes in the wake of the incident on flight 3411 on April 9, when Dr. David Dao was dragged off the plane.
Aldermen Seek Changes To Airport Security Force After United FiascoAld. Raymond Lopez has introduced a measure to fold the CDA security officer force into the Chicago Police Department’s airport detail.
United CEO Says No One Will Be Fired For Dragging IncidentUnited Airlines executives said Tuesday that it's too soon to know if last week's dragging of a man off a plane is hurting ticket sales. The chief executive said no one will be fired over the incident.
Mayor Emanuel Calls United Incident "Unacceptable" And "Wrong"Mayor Emanuel condemned Monday the manhandling of the United passenger by the city's Aviation Police, but he's declining to say yet what will happen next with the Aviation Police Department.
United Airlines, City Agree To Preserve Evidence In Dao IncidentUnited Airlines and the city of Chicago have agreed to preserve evidence in Dr. David Dao's case.