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Disagreement on Approach Speed Leads to Five Hour Delay

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A weekend flight on United Express was delayed for five hours in Lubbock, Texas, after the pilots got into a heated 'disagreement' and were 'unavailable' to fly the plane, according to the airline. Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook ( Mais...

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joel wiley 1
ExpressJet said there was no physical altercation, but police had to be called in to diffuse the situation.
DIFFUSE? Defuse?
preacher1 1
I hate to plead ignorance but if the picture in the story was the actual plane, it was not an Embraer as the story said. Looks like a CRJ to be
bentwing60 1
That's what I said to myself a while back. It's probably a canned photo and clearly a CRJ. You haven't lost it yet and they get what they pay for! I haven't argued with anybody about 10 knts. since I flew a Lear 23 with the unmodified wing.
Highflyer1950 1
Lear 23, now that brings back memories. I agree 10 knots, but that's what the approach briefing is all about. The guy flying may have had reasons: wake turb., wind gusts, wind shear......who knows, but you got to communicate.
bentwing60 1
pirahna432 1
10 knots fast landing in Houston?!?!? The horror!!!! It's a miracle they survived.

Seriously though, you couldn't pay me enough to be a captain at a regional. Deal with idiots like that all day? No thanks.
canuck44 1
Beginning to sound like Air India.


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