Ramp Agent In Cargo Bin Causes Flight Diversion on Alaska Airlines

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    Alaska Airlines flight 448, a 737-900 scheduled for service from Seattle to Los Angles, was diverted back into Seattle today after a 14 minute flight because pilots reportedly heard banging noises. According to the Alaska Airlines blog: Immediately after takeoff, the pilot of Alaska Airlines flight 448, bound for Los Angeles, reported hearing banging from… The post Ramp Agent In Cargo Bin Causes Flight Diversion on Alaska Airlines appeared first on Points Miles & Martinis.

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