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DL PUJ-ATL July 29 - SAV Diversion - Great Job

Old 30th Jul 2008, 22:35
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DL PUJ-ATL July 29 - SAV Diversion - Great Job

Kudos to the DL crew (hope somebody is reading) yesterday for making the best of a bad situation and eventually getting everybody to ATL safely and as quickly as possible. As a frequent SLFer, I found the communication from the crew to be top-notch and key to making a bad situation more comfortable. All the pax in back appreciated the FO's informative speech. Thank you, too, for walking through the cabin to answer questions. All round, a great job.
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Old 31st Jul 2008, 01:08
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It's always good to hear that our industry colleagues have managed a situation well. Can you give us some details as to the reason for the divert?
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Weather at ATL and not enough gas to keep circling over GA.
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