Thursday, April 5, 2012

Delta flight attendant pulled from flight for 'erratic' behavior - a week after JetBlue pilot went berserk

A male Delta flight attendant was pulled from a Buffalo, New York to Atlanta flight because a security screener thought he was acting erratically and might not be fit to fly.

A TSA officer at security reported the steward’s odd behaviour after the crew was screened, and before Flight 1266's scheduled departure at 6:15am today.

The airline didn't detail the actions that worried the screener, but said there was no security threat.

Passengers hadn't yet boarded the plane.

The flight, which was schedule to leave at 6:15am this morning, was delayed more than three hours before it finally took off, according to BuffaloNews.com. Read More