United Airlines Suspends Pet Cargo Program After MishapsThe carrier's move does not impact customers bringing pets in the cabin.
United Flight Diverted To Logan After Reports Of Smoke In The CabinA United Airlines plane flying to Washington D.C. was diverted to Logan Airport in Boston after smoke was reported in the cabin of the plane.
United Apologizes For Selling Child's Seat On Boston Flight To Standby PassengerUnited Airlines has apologized to a mother who was forced to put her two-year-old son on her lap for a long flight to Boston, even though she bought a ticket for him.
United Airlines Changing Cockpit-Door Codes After LeakThe airline sent a memo to pilots over the weekend telling them to use "alternative security measures," a spokeswoman said Monday.
Southwest Airlines To Stop Overbooking FlightsSouthwest Airlines plans to stop overbooking flights. That announcement was made Thursday by Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly.
Cambridge Passes Resolution To Ban Public Employees From Using United AirlinesLeaders in the city of Cambridge don't want any public employees using United Airlines in order to conduct official business.
Pro Golfer Tweets That United Airlines Broke His Golf ClubsIt just keeps getting worse for United Airlines.
Lawyer: Doctor Dragged Off United Flight Has Concussion, Lost TeethThe lawyer said he likely will file a lawsuit, adding that airlines — and United in particular — have long "bullied" passengers.
United Airlines 'Ashamed' After Passenger Is Dragged Off FlightOn Wednesday morning, United CEO Oscar Munoz underlined his remorse.
Keller @ Large: United Airlines Has No EmpathyThink what a better world this would be if more people made more room for empathy, and really did place treating others with respect and dignity at the core of who they are.
United CEO Apologizes For 'Truly Horrific Event' In New StatementThe CEO of United has issued a new statement apologizing after video showed a passenger being dragged off a plane.
Keller @ Large: What Happened To Common Sense?One of Mark Twain’s most famous observations, that “common sense is very uncommon,” has never been more relevant.