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Old April 14th, 2017, 10:25 AM
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Re: United airlines passenger dragged out of flight

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Originally Posted by Napolean View Post
Point number 5 seems to be an excuse. How can they have no plans for one crew member's absence? On the other hand passenger can have some urgent personal work.
My UA flight from EWR to DEL in January was delayed by 2 hours because pilots were 'timed out', as in they had flown enough hours that they couldn't do a 16 hour flight. So they said they have called in reserve pilots who are flying in from another city. I think it's possible they may have bumped off a couple passengers from that flight.
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