United Jet Makes Emergency Landing After Reported Odor

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-07_306aa6e67e.jpgiStock/Thinkstock (SALT LAKE CITY) -- A Boeing 777 operated by United Airlines made an emergency landing Friday due to a strange odor onboard, marking the second such incident this month. United Airlines Flight 328 took off from Denver, bound for Honolulu, but was forced to land in Salt Lake City on Friday afternoon due to an “electrical odor,” according to airline spokeswoman Jennifer Dohm. There were 269 passengers and 10 crew members on board.

“Our passengers deplaned normally, and our maintenance team will inspect the aircraft,” Dohm said in an email to ABC News.

Earlier this month, another Boeing 777 operated by United made an emergency landing on the tiny Pacific island of Midway after passengers reported a burning smell.

United did not say when the passengers on Friday’s flight would be able continue on to Hawaii.

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