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Speaking a press conference on Thursday, Chicago aviation attorney Thomas Demetrio addresses the incident involving his client, David Dao, who was dragged from a United Airlines flight this week, sparking a media firestorm over the event.
Attorneys for Dr. David Dao are scheduled to hold a news conference to discuss the removal of Dao from an overbooked United Airlines flight.
United told CNBC the airline crew immediately consulted with a physician on the ground who provided guidance throughout the incident.
Donald Carty, former AMR Corp. and American Airlines Chairman & CEO, weighs in on the backlash against United after the forced removal of a passenger on an overbooked flight.
Bob Crandall also says he hopes in response "we don't go in and make a bunch of rules" that make the flying experience worse for customers.
Bob Crandall, former American Airlines CEO, talks about airline overbooking practices and how to improve the method of re-accommodating passengers.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports attorneys for Dr. David Dao, the passenger who was dragged from a United flight, will give a press conference later today.
The United Airlines passenger who was videotaped being bloodied and dragged off an overbooked plane by airport police signaled Wednesday he would fight back in court.
Trump called the forced removal of a passenger from a United Airlines flight "horrible," according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports that the lawyers representing David Dao, the passenger forcibly removed from a United flight, have filed with court to preserve all evidence of the incident.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest mea culpa from United in the wake of the way they handled the incident with a passenger removed from an overbooked flight.
People love to hate on United and other airlines but here's why that hate is misguided, writes the National Review's Kevin Williamson.
Airline industry insiders say early on in the life of a flight, software generates a passenger bumping list "just in case." USA Today reports.
Shares of United turned positive, rising as much as 1 percent in premarket trade after the CEO's interview, before turning back negative.
It's rare for airlines to do this, but if it happens to you, know your rights.
Delta stock gains after quarterly earnings topped expectations and said passenger unit revenue should rise 1 to 3 percent.
United's PR fiasco reminds us that the aviation industry is likely to bounce forever between exploitative and unprofitable, Vox reports.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, talks about the public relations fallout for United following the forced removal of a passenger from an overbooked flight.
When there's a "near monopoly, this is what happens," says a leading crisis management expert.
Joe DeNardi, Stifel managing director, breaks down Delta's quarterly numbers, which posted EPS of $0.77 on revenues of $9.15 billion. Also DeNardi weighs in on the economics of "bumping" passengers.
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