Odd World: Dog Forces Flight to Make Emergency Landing
Wonders, they say, shall never end. A passenger aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing in Moscow after a small dog triggered an alarm onboard.
According to a report by AviationVoice, the dog somehow opened the luggage compartment from the inside where it had been kept for the flight thereby triggering an alarm onboard.
The Captain of the Boeing 737 flight travelling from St. Petersburg informed the ground services of the complications as it was approaching the Russian capital on Sunday.
The alarm went off at an altitude of 13,000 feet. The crew safely performed an emergency landing at Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport, and no one was hurt including the dog.