United Airlines Diverts Plane due to their third dog Mishap this Week!

Uninted diverts flight to Akron

Another careless pet incident occurred on an United Airlines flight on Thursday.

Already under scrutiny about a dog dying in an overhead bin and another dog being accidentally sent to Japan, United Airlines on Friday acknowledged its third animal-related mistake in a week.

A flight was diverted to Akron, Ohio, on Thursday after the airline realized that a pet they were suppose to transport from New Jersey to had been loaded onto the flight in error.

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According to United Airline spokeswoman Maggie Schmerin, Flight 3996 was carrying 33 passengers from Newark, New Jersey, to St. Louis, but the pet was due to fly from New Jersey to Akron. Thank goodness the unidentified animal was “safely delivered to its owner.”

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So just how did United Airlines compensation the 33 passengers for the unexpected detour to Akron…. Un¡ted said it offered compensation to all passengers as a result of the diversion. The airline declined to provide details about the compensation.

Un¡ted Airlines Prior Screw Ups this week…

On Monday, a 10-month-old French bulldog died on a Houston-to-New York flight after a United flight attendant told its owners to put the dog, in its carrier, in an overhead bin. United spokesman Jonathan Guerin said the passenger told the flight attendant there was a dog in the carrier, but the attendant “did not hear or understand her, and did not knowingly place the dog in the overhead bin.” So not is she just an idiot…. she’s also a liar!

On Tuesday, a 10-year-old German shepherd named Irgo was flown to Japan when he was supposed to end up in Kansas. In Irgo’s place was a Great Dane that was supposed to be en route to Japan. Irgo was reunited with his family Thursday. after the airlines transported him back to Kansas in a Private Charter. United issued an apology after the discovery of the switched dogs.

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