|United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz said Tuesday that none of the company’s employees, himself included, would be fired over the treatment of a passenger, Dr. David Dao, who was dragged bleeding off of plane leaving Chicago to make room for crew members from a partner airline on a fully booked flight. Munoz said he was responsible for “making this right.” He has ordered a review of the company’s policy on handling overbooked flights, and promised an update this month. United has faced harsh criticism over the incident, and its stock price has plummeted by more than 4 percent, erasing nearly $1 billion in market value. Three aviation security officers have been suspended over the incident.
Source: The Associated Press