United Airlines said on Wednesday it plans to testify at an upcoming US House Transportation Committee hearing on commercial airline industry consumer issues after a passenger was dragged off an April 9 flight in Chicago to make room for crew members. A spokesman for the House of Representatives panel did not say who the committee plans to call as witnesses. A date for the hearing has not been disclosed. United spokeswoman Megan McCarthy said the airline looks "forward to meeting with the committee and sharing with them the comprehensive review and the customer-focused ...
Forced deboarding row: United Airlines to will testify at House hearing
A passenger was dragged off an April 9 flight in Chicago to make room for crew members