Monday, April 17, 2017
United Airlines Leads Delta, American in Pets Death
Troubles for United Airlines keeps piling up after the video of a United Airlines passenger being violently removed from a plane they are on public crosshair. According to the Department of Transportation's Air Travel consumer report United Airlines had the most pet deaths than any other airline for 2016.
There were a total of 9 pets died and 14 were injured that were reported. Almost all of the deaths are dogs except for a Sphynx cat. However, it should be noted that some of those pets died from natural causes and some of the injuries were self-inflicted. In Delta there were 5 pet deaths and 5 injuries reported for 2016, while American reported had 4 deaths and one injury.
In 2015, United has also topped that list with reported 14 deaths and 9 injuries.
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