The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) has placed four employees on leave and made policy changes, including placing restrictions on security officers boarding aircraft, in the aftermath of the United Airlines passenger bumping incident at Chicago O’Hare International Airport. Testifying before the US Senate May 4, CDA commissioner Ginger Evans detailed the department’s response to the April 9 incident on United Express flight 3411 in which a bumped passenger was violently ...

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