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Airplanes / Flight Mystery #951598

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 26, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Stark) The solution to the mid-air mystery on Northwest Airlines Flight 188 of what happened in the cockpit causing the plane to overshoot the Minneapolis airport reviewed; details given from the NTSB investigation into what the two pilots did; virtual view shown. [At her door, flight attendants Barbara LOGAN†; Bonnie NASHOPULOS†- say we called the pilots about an arrival time.] [Former NTSB investigator Greg FEITH†- says two professionals were "unplugged."] [Aviation analyst John NANCE†- comments on rules to keep pilots engaged.] The likelihood the FAA will revoke or suspend the pilots' licenses noted.

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Stark, Lisa
Duration:
00:03:10

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