United Passenger Reaches Settlement With Airline

Source: Fortune

A good friend and fellow blogger contacted me checking to see if she was getting a good deal on a flight she was booking. The flight was $150 round trip flying from Atlanta to DC so of course she is getting a great deal. I inquired into who she was flying with and she stated “Lol United”. My friend better use United’s turmoil to save some money.

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United reached a settlement with the passenger that was drug off of flight #3411. Check out the details below from.

By Alana Abramson

Dr. David Dao reached a settlement with United Airlines — just two weeks after he sustained a concussion and other injuries when he was forcibly removed from a flight, his attorneys said.

The monetary agreement in the settlement was not disclosed for confidentiality reasons.

“Dr. Dao has become the unintended champion for the adoption of changes which will certainly help improve the lives of literally millions of travelers,” his lawyer, Thomas A. Demetrio, wrote in a statement.

Dao was dragged from a United Airlines flight earlier this month, when he was forced to get off the flight to make room for crew members who were needed in another city. Video of law enforcement officers pulling him down the aisle with a bloodied face went viral across the internet, sparking outrage against the airline. His lawyer subsequently said he had been hospitalized as a result of the removal, and suffered several broken bones and a concussion. Click Here to Read More

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