United CEO Oscar Munoz will not chair board in 2018

When presented with the option of an American Airlines flight that was more expensive and would require a layover, 44 percent still said they would rather travel that way than taking a direct flight with United, Vox reported.

So now it is clear that the moment was not only a watershed for United-which has pledged to become the best in USA customer service-but the airline's CEO as well. His refusal prompted the airline to follow Department of Transportation protocol and call the police, who soon appeared on the plane and removed the man from his seat, dragging him on the floor and off the flight.

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz will no longer become chairman of the company in 2018, following the forcible removal of a United passenger last week. United now faces charges from the injured man and will be dealing with what they call a "systematic failure".

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United executives said this week it was too early to know if the widely publicized incident has affected ticket sales.

Through Tuesday afternoon, its shares had fallen 4.3 percent since Flight 3411, wiping out almost $1 billion in market value, although several other airline stocks declined in the same period. United said it wants "directly and meaningfully progress in improving the customer experience".

That design "is a means to ensure that Mr Munoz is able to more exclusively focus on his role as Chief Executive Officer", it added.

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"It is well known that the Gulf carriers, including Emirates, lose money on most of their flights to the United States and are propped up by billions of dollars in government cash", she said in a statement. Hours later he told employees that Dao had been "disruptive and belligerent".

It has been an interesting week for United Airlines that all started with a passenger not agreeing to leave flight 3411 voluntarily due to overbooking.

"That initial "apology" to Dao was only issued because of how much money United lost over the past few days", said freshman Rachein Childress. Munoz declined to address that or other possible changes until the airline finishes a review by April 30.

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