United Airlines flight diverted after third pet incident

United Airlines flight diverted after third pet incident

United Airlines flight diverted after third pet incident

Flight 3996 from Newark to St. Louis had to be diverted after officials noticed a pup had somehow been "mistakenly" loaded on, an airline spokesperson said Saturday.

The flight was scheduled to fly direct from Newark to St. Louis. Flight 3996 banked toward northeast OH after the airline "chose the fastest option to reunite the dog with his family", Noonan said.

Days after it accidentally sent a German shepherd to Japan during the same week a French bulldog died during its flight to New York, United Airlines on Friday admitted it had again mishandled a passenger's furry companion.

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United said it offered compensation to all passengers as a result of the diversion.

Kara Swindle and her two children took a United flight Tuesday from OR to Kansas City, Missouri, during a move to Wichita, Kansas.

When they went to pick up Irgo, they instead were given a Great Dane.

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It was the second dog-related incident of the week for the airline.

Irgo arrived back with his family on Thursday after United chartered a private plane from Japan.

Prosecutors in Houston are investigating to determine if criminal charges are warranted, AP said.

"Never, never ever would I ever imagined that, no", Irgo's owner Kara Swindle said.

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