United Airlines has had a rough time after three dog-related incidents, one of which leading to the death of a dog that was placed in an overhead bin during the flight. Just recently, the airline and the dog owner of the dead dog have agreed on a settlement.
– One dog died while on a flight with United Airlines.
– The dog owner and United Airlines recently reached a settlement regarding the dog’s death.
– The airline also banned…
The dog died after a flight attendant insisted that the dog be placed in the overhead bin. The family paid for the dog to travel on board but the flight attendant claims that she did not understand that that was the situation. The dog died from suffocation.
The terms of the settlement were not open to the public. The March incident led to the revamp of the airline’s guidelines as to what dogs and cats can fly with them. More than 20 breeds were no longer allowed to fly with United Airlines.
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