An aviation officer who was fired for dragging a passenger from his seat off a United Airlines plane last year is suing his former employer , claiming that he had not been trained to deal with unruly passengers. Former Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) Officer James Long was one of several
United Airlines is back in the news due to a disagreement caught on video between a woman and an airline employee over a carry-on item. The video, which was provided to ABC News Tuesday, shows Natalia Rutkowski going back-and-forth with a United Airlines employee at O'Hare International Airport in
Natalia Rutkowski, 27, says she was traveling with her mom to Newark when an United Airlines gate agent stopped them from checking in due to the size of a bag.
The Chicago Department of Aviation has fired two officers involved in the Dr. David Dao incident that rocked the commercial airline industry earlier this year, the Chicago Inspector General's Office revealed today. Two other agents have been suspended, the office added. In a video that quickly went
Some flight attendants say they feel passengers are being more "defiant" in the wake of an infamous April incident that saw a bloodied passenger, Dr. David Dao, dragged off a United flight.
In the wake of an infamous April incident that saw a bloodied passenger dragged off a plane, some flight attendants are saying that they feel passengers are being more "defiant," leading to them become less vigorous about enforcing some safety rules to avoid confrontation. “Some passengers feel now
James August, who was traveling with his girlfriend and her three children from Honolulu to New York on a Hawaiian Airlines flight, was heard threatening the flight attendant during takeoff and in flight, court documents say.
In the first half of 2017, airlines involuntarily bumped passengers at the lowest rate in over a decade, according to newly released data from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The 12 U.S. carriers that report incidents of involuntary denied boarding posted a bumping rate of 0.52 per 10,000
A mother from Hawaii said United Airlines gave away the nearly $1,000 seat she purchased for her young son to a standby customer, forcing the mother to hold her son on her lap on the three-hour flight. Shirley Yamauchi said she at first noticed nothing unusual when she boarded the United flight in
A classical violinist claims a United Airlines supervisor attempted to wrestle her violin from her arms, possibly injuring her hand, after saying she couldn't carry on the instrument -- and she's looking for footage to prove it. Yennifer Correia, a Venezuelan musician who was en route to a gig with