Loose Bird In Cockpit Forces Delta Captain To Turn Plane Around
DETROIT (AP) -- It's a bird. It's a plane. No, it's a bird on a plane.
A Delta Air Lines flight captain decided to turn his plane around and return to Detroit after a bird was discovered inside the flight deck.
The airline says in a statement that shortly after takeoff Saturday, the pilots of Flight 1943 from Detroit to Atlanta saw a small bird in the flight deck. The unexpected passenger had entered the aircraft during boarding.
The captain decided to turn the plane around to "avoid a potential distraction" during the flight. The aircraft landed without incident and the bird was removed and set free.
Maintenance is calling in reinforcements. This bird is playing hide and go seek apparently. #birdonaplane #herebirdybirdy #iseeyou #delta pic.twitter.com/nbwPQYvxbs
— DJ Brian B (@DJ_BrianB) December 30, 2017
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