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FAA Scolds Passenger For Using iPad To Shoot Video Of Bird Strike

Remember that bird strike in April that forced a Delta flight to make an emergency landing? The actual incident was caught on video by author Grant Cardone, who is now on some FAA "you're a troublemaker" list because he shot that video when his iPad was supposed to be turned off. Cardone was on CNN this morning to discuss the letter he'd received from the FAA's Supervisory Principal Operations Inspector regarding the incident.
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Flight makes emergency landing after bird strike

News : Yahoo! News: The Upshot (3 years ago)

Delta Flight 1063 was forced to make an emergency landing at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport after its right engine reportedly experienced a bird strike shortly after takeoff this afternoon. Read Post

Delta Flight Forced To Make Emergency Landing After Bird Strike At JFK

Lifestyle / Shopping : The Consumerist (3 years ago)

Plane engines make a lot of noise, but then there's the awful noise it reportedly makes when a bunch of birds hit. Passengers on a Delta flight yesterday had a bit of a scare, after their plane was likely hit by a bird strike on the... Read Post

Video: Delta Passenger Videos Bird Strike That Forced Emergency Landing At JFK

United States / New York : Gothamist (3 years ago)

A man aboard a Delta flight out of JFK yesterday afternoon decided to videotape the takeoff with his iPad, and managed to capture harrowing footage of the bird strike that forced the pilot to make an emergency landing back at the ai... Read Post


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