Tarmac Hostages

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  1. Cbjr73

    Cbjr73 Newbie

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    is there no law preventing American Airlines from holding its passengers on the plane on a tarmac for extended periods of time without proper air conditioning?

    Flight 1044 out of Los Angeles. 90 degrees outside, already delayed 45 minutes. Sent back to gate after a short taxi because the air conditioning was broken. Yet they keep the passengers aboard the roasting plane while they attempt to find someone to come fix it?
     
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  2. Vortilon

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    Hell, I'd take 90 degrees in July over what we have in Dallas. Anyway, welcome to the new AA; oh and yes, they can do that.
     
  3. swamt

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    Amen brother. Upper 90's currently in the weekly forecast with 68%-88% humidity. All equals 100+ feels like temps for us here in Big D.
     
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  4. B737 driver

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    I hear you, even though I am originally from Texas, Michigan winters are harsh, but the summer's not as hot, but occasionally it can get 100 degrees in MDW.
     
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