The U.S. is considering extending its ban on laptops in aircraft cabins to include Europe and Britain, the Times of London reported Tuesday citing "several informed sources". » Read More
Police said "minimal but necessary force" was used to remove a United customer from a plane in what has become a public relations disaster for the company. » Read More
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the latest filmed incident with an airline passenger travelling on American Airlines. » Read More
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on an altercation at American Airlines that occurred less than two weeks after the big incident at United Airlines.
Airlines have been given a free pass to bully passengers for too long, and it has to stop, says attorney Thomas Demetrio.
At the end of the day, United is responsible for what occurred here, says Thomas DeMetrio, attorney for Dr. David Dao, talking about changes United Airlines will likely implement following the altercation with Dr. David Dao.
When big brands land in hot water, there are steps they can take to mitigate the fallout, PR experts explained to CNBC.
A video showed an intense confrontation between passengers and a crew member on board one of its planes, USA Today reports.
The "Fast Money" traders check-in on the airline sector after United Continental's board said CEO Oscar Munoz will not become chairman.
Molon Labe Designs has designed a middle seat that's wider than normal and promises faster boarding for passengers, explains CEO Hank Scott.
United Airlines said it plans to testify at an upcoming U.S. House Transportation Committee hearing.
Emirates is reducing flights to the United States because of a drop in demand caused by tougher U.S. security measures
The airline announced it is the first to sign up to track its airplanes anywhere in the world using orbiting satellites.
Paul Meeks, Sloy, Dahl & Holst, provides his top stock picks including Fitbit, Google, and Apple.
Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management, says United's public relations woes have not affected its valuation.
United CEO Oscar Munoz apologizes for the removed passenger incident on the earnings call. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on the future of the company.
United Continental CEO Oscar Munoz says no one will be fired for the airline's recent debacle.
Debating whether it is time to buy United Continental on the dip, with "Fast Money Halftime Report" brothers Jon and Pete Najarian.
CNBC's Susan Li reports the latest from United Continental's earnings call, with CEO Oscar Munoz apologizing again for the incident over the forced removal of a passenger from an overbooked flight.