There have been three incidents so far this year involving passengers urinating publicly on planes.
Shirley Yamauchi from Hawaii was scared she or her young son could be injured after a passenger was dragged across a United Airlines plane in April.
Legislation introduced in both the House and the Senate would ban airlines from behaving as United did with David Dao in April.
At least nine travelers and one crew member were injured during the flight.
A classical musician flying United recently filed a lawsuit against the airline after getting into a scuffle with a supervisor.
'Dr. Dao has become the unintended champion for the adoption of changes which will certainly help improve the lives of literally millions of travelers,' his lawyer said.
A United Airlines commercial touting exceptional customer care resulted in laughter from audiences at the Tribeca Film Festival.
There’s promised “trust” and then there’s genuine “trustworthiness.” And the only sure way of getting to that trustworthiness stage is to make genuine internal changes.
United is really unpopular but at least it (just barely) edges out the president.
The company’s stocks fell by more than 1 percent overnight and is down around 3 percent for the year.
Chinese social media users were not happy with United's explanation for forcibly removing a man from a flight.
The incident follows closely upon United's refusal to allow two teenage girls in leggings to board a flight.
A fellow passenger tweeted what was happening, asking "since when does United police women’s clothing?”
The incident was the second for the airline in less than six weeks.
FiveThirtyEight ranked airports and airlines based on their performance from May 2014 to April 2015.
The FAA cited automation issues.
Skiplagged.com promotes a travel practice that airlines are not fans of.