The scandal aboard United Airlines: passenger forcibly removed from flight

The scandal aboard United Airlines: passenger forcibly removed from flight

Social networks around the world actively spreading the video, which shows how security service the United Airlines rude flight takes off with passengers, and power pulls it from the plane.

The footage shows how a middle-aged man force pulls off the seat and then the arms and legs being dragged down the aisle to the exit.

The flight was supposed to fly from Chicago to Louisville in Kentucky on Sunday evening.

United Airlines has already apologized for the incident in his Twitter, the company stated that is currently conducting an investigation into the incident.

A 50-second video made by one of the passengers was retweet more than 100 thousand times.

@United overbook #flight3411 and decided to force random passengers off the plane. Here’s how they did it:

— Jayse D. Anspach (@JayseDavid) 10 APR 2017

Seminarian Anspa Jase, posted the video on Twitter wrote: United have sold more tickets than there were seats, and wanted to find four volunteers who would give their places to the employees of the company who was supposed to go to work the next day.

@united Preparing for my United Airlines flight.#NeverUnited#UnitedJourney#united #unitedAIRLINES

— Ibnul Jaif Farabi (@i_am_farabi) 11 APR 2017
“Preparing for my flight with United Airlines”

“Volunteers were not available, and United decided to choose them yourself. Chose doctors of Asian origin and his wife. The doctor also had to go to work the next day and he refused to leave the place,” added Anspa.

“After 10 minutes, the doctor rushed back to the plane with a bloody face, grabbed the wall and began to repeat “I need to go home,” continues the eyewitness.

@united airlines new seating policy #united #unitedAIRLINES

— Cameron (@Cameronfoxflamm) 11 APR 2017
“The new policy United Airlines for placing passengers”

How the passenger was injured, is unknown — perhaps he was beaten.

Another video shows how a bloodied man holding the bulkhead in the cabin and says, “Kill me, just kill me, I need to go home”.

The Department of air transport of Chicago said that one of the guards who took part in the incident, “sent on leave”, adding that the Department “does not approve of his behavior.”

#United Airlines telling you to board

— Damnit, Stingray (@SuperTeeWhy) 11 APR 2017
“When United Airlines invites you to go on the flight”

The statement also says that the investigation is being conducted and that such behavior “does not meet standard procedures”.

Passenger Audra bridges also posted a video of the incident on Facebook, where it saw several hundred thousand people.

“Share this video — she wrote. — We on Board of this flight. United have sold too many tickets.”

. @United Airlines Training Video. #united #UnitedAirlines ✈ on!!! ✈ on!!! ✈ on!!!

— Christine Kirk (@LuxuryPRGal) 11 APR 2017
“Training video for United Airlines”

“They just throw people from the Board to spare the crew, too, could fly,” added bridges.

“This man is a doctor, he must be at work in the hospital tomorrow morning. He didn’t want to give up his seat. We are all shocked and outraged,” writes the woman.

Users Facebook actively comment on the incident.

However, as noted by one commenter, we may not know all the details of the story: “there is something else. Usually, if the airline sells too many tickets, it offers vouchers to those who are willing to change your flight, and there are always volunteers. I believe that this story is much deeper than what we see on the video.”


— Redstorm2744 (@RedStorm27441) 11 APR 2017
“United Airlines introduces new pilot”

United said bi-Bi-si, that “on the flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville had sold too many tickets.”

“After our staff tried to find volunteers, one of the customers refused to leave the Board voluntarily, then the police called the security service,” added the company.

Soon after, the head of the United Oscar muñoz wrote on Twitter: “This is very sad for all of us incident. I apologize for the fact that we had to move these customers.”

United CEO response to a United Express Flight 3411.

— United (@united) April 10, 2017

“Our team is urgently cooperating with authorities and conducting its own thorough investigation of the incident. We are trying to contact the passenger to review and to resolve this situation,” writes muñoz.