United Flight Turbulence News
United Airlines gives away toddler's seat, forces mom to hold him during flight
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
United Airlines issues new rules to employees for dealing with bumped passengers from overbooked flights
Airline crews must now be booked on a flight at least an hour prior to departure to avoid bumping passengers at the last minute.
Outrage grows as pictures from United incident spread around the world
As the company's stock takes a hit, United Airlines' CEO apologizes to the passenger who was dragged down the aisle.
United Airlines faces backlash over leggings controversy
The airline company stopped two young women from boarding at Denver International Airport for wearing leggings.
United Flight Crash Lands at San Antonio Airport
The plane's nose gear collapsed as it landed causing the passengers and crew to be evacuated via emergency chutes.
Midair Scare Forces United Flight to Make an Emergency Landing
A flight from Houston to London was rocked by severe turbulence, resulting in multiple injuries on board.
Violent Turbulence Hospitalizes Flight Attendant and Injures Others
Keeping the seatbelt buckled may be key to avoiding injuries when strong turbulence strikes.
Turbulence Injures Passengers on Dublin-Bound Flight
Pilots lost control of the aircraft after flight from Newark encountered severe turbulence.
Thunderstorm System Causes Airplane Turbulence
Frightening morning for passengers on that plane flying at 30000 feet when suddenly they were hit by such convulsive turbulence so extreme. It forced the united flight to make an emergency landing. Passengers sent to the hospital. It had been a routine flight from Tampa to Houston they were flying
World News (07.21.10)
Tonight on world news from California. in the Gulf Coast storm takes aim efforts to kill the well could come to a halt to letting the oil flow freely again. Details and we are terrified passengers thrown around injured severe turbulence. Were warnings. White House apology the administration says