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Missouri / Wrong Airport Landing / A Discussion #1059244

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 13, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Renee Marsh) The landing by a Southwest passenger 737 jet at the wrong runway reviewed; scenes shown of the plane on Missouri's Taney County Airport rather than in Branson. [Two PASSENGERS - describe what happened in the landing.] Map shown of the two airports. [Former pilot Mark WEUSS†- blames inattention.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Another recent wrong airport landing recalled. Live discussion held with retired pilot/flight instructor Jim Tilmon about the landing. [TILMON - explains "routine disease" for pilots; speculates on other issues that could be the cause; suggests they could have aborted the landing at this wrong airport.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marsh, Renee

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