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Topic: Man Tries To Enter Cockpit On DTW To HNL Flight
Username: Warszawa
Posted 2004-01-02 22:35:30 and read 4068 times.

http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/2737519/detail.html

Would love to copy and paste the story here, but " This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. "... so I cant  Big grin

It seems like every day now there is some type of problem aboard an airliner in the US.

If anyone's curious, the man flew TYS-DTW on Northwest Airline ( CRJ ) Flight NW5875

Within the next hour and a half or so he was already departing onboard NW923, a DC-10 nonstop Detroit to Honolulu.

People these days...So what airline next week will be the " Scare in the air " I wonder..

Topic: RE: Man Tries To Enter Cockpit On DTW To HNL Flight
Username: Flyboy
Posted 2004-01-02 22:39:25 and read 4028 times.

i think this is crazy i mean what was he thinking???

Topic: RE: Man Tries To Enter Cockpit On DTW To HNL Flight
Username: Neilalp
Posted 2004-01-02 23:02:30 and read 3911 times.

Kinda old news...Please do a search before posting!

Topic: RE: Man Tries To Enter Cockpit On DTW To HNL Flight
Username: Warszawa
Posted 2004-01-02 23:38:21 and read 3816 times.

" Kinda old news...Please do a search before posting! "

I looked through the whole list on page 1 of the message board to see if anythng was posted about it but didnt see it... must have been a dead topic or something as this only happend yesterday.

Oh well...

Topic: RE: Man Tries To Enter Cockpit On DTW To HNL Fligh
Username: PilotNtrng
Posted 2004-01-02 23:43:49 and read 3783 times.

Figures the man originated out of TYS. Way to make Tennessee look good.... lol

Topic: RE: Man Tries To Enter Cockpit On DTW To HNL Flight
Username: RiverVisualNYC
Posted 2004-01-02 23:47:03 and read 3747 times.

He ought to be charged as a potential terrorist. This would send a message to anyone who thinks they can get away with this sort of behavior. If you think of it, despite all the fuss about British Airways, Air France, and Aeromexico in the last week, this is the ONLY inflight incident that has taken place.


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