United CEO won't add chairman title in 2018 as was planned
- Author: Ronnie Bowen Apr 22, 2017,
Apr 22, 2017, 1:50
United Airlines said Friday, April 21, 2017, that its CEO Munoz won't add the title of chairman in 2018 as planned, as fallout continues from the violent removal of a passenger from a plane this month. "I do not see this as a paradigm shift", Clark said.
Emirates said Wednesday it was cutting 25 of the 126 weekly flights it operates into the US from Dubai starting next month. The airline said the reduced demand stemmed from US President Donald Trump's efforts to restrict the movement of travellers hailing from a number of Muslim-majority countries in the region. "Obviously our plans remain in place and we are as bullish and as confident about the United States markets as we have been". Those bans have been contested in court. Filipinos and Filipino Americans are among the most frequent air passengers.
Rival carrier Etihad Airways said it had not seen any significant change in demand and had no plans at present to reduce flights to the six USA cities it serves. Munoz received a total of $18.7 million, including $6.8 million related to replacing his equity stake that he held when he was president of railway CSX.
"The fact is, market demand has never played a role when the Gulf carriers decide where to fly".
More Than 1000 Palestinians In Israeli Prisons Go On Hunger Strike
However, Palestinians from the West Bank need an entry permit to enter Israel and the Israeli authorities often deny such permits. Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts have been at a standstill since a US-led initiative collapsed three years ago.
Earlier this year, Munoz told Business Insider that Emirates and its fellow Middle Eastern airlines are mere "branding mechanisms" for respective governments and a threat to U.S. jobs.
The National Federation of Filipino American Associations (NaFFAA) was disappointed by the conduct exhibited by Chicago aviation security officers by removing a passenger from United Airlines flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville. When Maura finally arrived at the airport, she claimed that CBP officials said they weren't investigating due to their own suspicion, but due to a passenger's complaint and the protocols in place.
In United's first-quarter earnings call this week, company executives again apologized to Dao and United customers.