United: Airline won't use police to remove passengers

Posted April 18, 2017

Lawyers for David Dao, the man who was violently dragged off a United Airlines flight Sunday due to "overbooking" by the airlines, filed an emergency court request last Wednesday for the airline to preserve evidence.

Chicago's Aviation Department said on Wednesday that two more officers had been placed on leave in connection with the April 9 incident, during which airport security officers dragged Dr Dao from his seat aboard a United jet headed for Louisville, Kentucky. "Currently, they are only focused on Dr. Dao's medical care and treatment". "Because United has such a catastrophic PR problem, this case has a much greater value than such a case would normally have", he said.

In his most contrite statement yet, he promised a full review by the end of the month "to fix what's broken so this never happens again".

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Attorneys from Dr. Dao's end also issued a public statement noting that his family appreciates the prayers, concerns, and support from all over the world. It's been everywhere. Even Pepsi was like, "I wouldn't want to be you guys this week, ' " Kimmel said on Tuesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live!

"No I am not going, I am not going!" says Dao.

Megan McCarthy, a spokeswoman for the airline, declined to say if the payment would be in cash, frequent-flier miles or other forms.

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The passengers were boarded when United tried to make room for four employees of a partner airline, meaning four people had to get off the flight. "To remove a booked, paid seated passenger, we can't do that".

A short time later, Dao was forcibly and brutally dragged off the airplane. Neeleman said that on a flight he once took, the airline asked for volunteers, and when no one agreed to leave, the airline simply canceled the flight and ordered everyone off. Wednesday, CEO Oscar Munoz distanced himself from that assessment. "They're doing it with the permission of the federal government", the governor added, calling out President Donald Trump and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to look into how the airlines have been using their booking systems. "It's how you manage an overbook situation".

Shortly before, Royal Jordanian tweeted "We are here to keep you #united Dragging is strictly prohibited", while subsequently sharing a non-smoking messaged.

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Following the incident and the delay in United Airlines' issuance of an apology, stocks of United Continental Holdings Inc., fell 1.13 percent overnight. Munoz also received $6.8 million in stock that will vest over three years, and he can get an additional bonus worth at least $10.5 million.