Results for united airlines

Add to feed Create your own feed

Latest

SC dismisses plea of United Breweries Holdings Limited (UBHL) challenging HC order for winding up of the company for recovery of dues payable by Kingfisher Airlines Ltd

tweet picture

According to a test performed by United Airlines and the DOD, the chances of catching the virus while traveling by plane are low.

Delta brutally subtweets rival airlines like American and United for not blocking middle seats during a pandemic #WallSt 

United Airlines increases travel options to Mexico just in time for the holiday season.​

Could a digital health pass help kick-start global travel? United Airlines is testing one.

Delta brutally subtweets rival airlines like American and United for not blocking middle seats during a pandemic

Flying During COVID-19 Isn't Quite As Safe As United Airlines Says

Loading
Loading

Most relevant

BREAKING: United Airlines will send layoff warnings to 36,000 employees, nearly half its U.S. staff, in a signal of how deeply the virus outbreak is hurting the airline industry. United officials say the 36,000 number is a worst case scenario.

In March, the airline industry secured a $25 billion bailout. Meanwhile, United, Delta, and American Airlines have now announced that more than 50,000 workers could be laid off by October. It's socialism for the rich, capitalism for the rest.

The United States will be powerfully supporting those industries, like Airlines and others, that are particularly affected by the Chinese Virus. We will be stronger than ever before!

United Airlines refuses to give me refunds on 2 cancelled flights. Says I have to take credits against future flights. Anyone else being ripped off like this? As taxpayers we’re bailing out the airline — a double rip-off.

This announcement of layoffs by United Airlines came literally a few hours after they got $25B in grants from the government so they wouldn't have to lay anyone off. Congress is full of a bunch of fucking morons.

"Just kill me ... just kill me." New footage has emerged of the man who was forcefully dragged off of a United Airlines flight.

United Airlines says this man was forcibly dragged off the flight because it was overbooked.

A woman on a Southwest Airlines flight says a man behind her touched her "no less than three times." He reportedly told authorities that the "president of the United States says it's OK."

United Airlines: "We have contacted federal officials to inform them that they should not transport immigrant children on United aircraft who have been separated from their parents ... We want no part of it."

tweet picture

The only way for @united  airlines to recover from this is to forcibly drag passengers onto its planes for free.

Loading
Loading