Here is one for the a.net sleuths. Today (yes, I have to teach on a holiday, but that's another topic) I was asking my students what they did for the week of vacation that just ended. One student told me that she was returning from Florida on 2/20/05 via DIA on United when she "almost died". I remind you that this is the description of a 15 year old. She told me they were on an A-320 on UAL and they were airborne when the takeoff was aborted since the airplane started to shake and tipped right. As the story continues, the pilot dropped the plane back to the runway and was able to abort the takeoff and return safely to the terminal. They were told that the brakes were overheated from the ordeal and it would take hours for them to cool, so another plane was brought in and they continued their journey to SJC
Does anyone have any info on this? Again, I remind you that if something doesn't make sense, don't blame me.
[Edited 2005-02-21 18:49:44]
Faucett. La primera linea aerea del Peru.