February 1980
National Review;2/22/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p245
The article presents information on an incidence which occurred with an airplane of the firm Western Airlines due to overloading. The airplane was to take off from Los Angeles, California airport. Just before the flight was to take off, an announcement was made that this aircraft is overloaded. They needed 33 volunteer passengers to leave the flight. The captain told the remaining passengers is that the people who fueled the airplane, by mistake put in too much gas. Only a dozen people were left without their baggage.


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