Today's report follows yesterday's settlement between the airline and Dr. David Dao, the passenger dragged from a plane earlier this month, for an undisclosed amount.
Dao was violently removed from the plane after refusing to give up his seat on an overbooked flight.
Following the incident, United passed a measure saying crew members can no longer displace passengers once they are seated. Staff who need a seat are now required to check in an hour before departure.
Shares of United were lower nearly 1% during midday trading on Friday.
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