United Airlines

United was the first major airline to require employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The airline said its employees' hospitalization rate is also "100x lower than the general population in the U.S."
Holiday travelers stuck as the nationwide spike in cases of the omicron COVID-19 variant impacts flight and ground crews.
Employees are not in an "impossible position" as they claimed, the judge ruled, and they failed to prove they "would likely suffer imminent, irreparable injury."
Investigators used dental records to confirm the Elmhurst, Illinois, man's identity.
The carrier said it would need time to determine how unvaccinated employees "might interact with our customers and their vaccinated co-workers."
The company says the bulk of its workers have already received their shots.
The airline said the plane will reduce flights between London and the New York area to just 3 1/2 hours.
The hospitality union Unite Here says the airline is trying to avoid a union contract after receiving billions in rescue money from the government.