Alaska Airlines Flight 3

Flight 3 Alaska Airlines

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The Alaska Airlines company holds responsible the smell that caused the aircraft to end up on "someone or something" in the canopy.

The stinking air on board an Alaska Airlines flight compelled the airplane to an unscheduled Sunday stop - but the carrier is not willing to take the fall for the stink. According to an early Alaska Airlines declaration confirming that a "strong odor" was causing a flight from San Francisco to New Orleans to be diverted to Los Angeles on a Sunday, the firm now says that the odour was not generated by the airplane itself, but by "someone or something in the cabin".

"Following a service check of [the aircraft], it was found that the smell was not due to the aircraft," a spokesman for Alaska Airlines said to KCRA. "It is assumed that the cause of the smell came from someone or something in the booth. On Sunday around midday, the airplane arrived at LAX and the 136 travellers were accommodated on other routes, according to The San Francisco Gate.

Alaska Airlines' flight's unplanned stop follows a message from a Spirit Airlines flight that was compelled to make an evacuation on July 26 after passenger discovered an odd smell that was compared to "dirty socks". There was a hazemat crew involved to check the aircraft and several local residents were given treatment for headaches, dizziness and respiratory problems.

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