‘Unruly passenger’ causes Delta flight to land in San Francisco

A flight scheduled to land in Honolulu was diverted to California on Friday night, where the plane landed and a passenger was removed.

MINNEAPOLIS — A passenger on a Delta flight from Minnesota to Hawaii was removed on Friday night, causing a two-hour delay for the rest of the plane. 

According to Delta, Flight 435 was diverted to San Francisco Friday due to an “unruly passenger.” In a statement, Delta apologized to customers for the disruption. 

The flight was scheduled to scheduled to land at 4:03 p.m. local time. 

No other information has been released about the incident that caused the plane to land, or if any charges were filed against the offending passenger. 

KARE 11 will update this story as more information is made available.

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