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The Tally Ho

Thursday, August 05, 2004

Special Treatment?

J, who never posts just sent me this article, titled President's Daughters Get Ride On Diverted Flight.
WASHINGTON -- US Airways confirmed Tuesday that a scheduled flight between Boston and Washington, D.C., was diverted Saturday so some stranded passengers -- including President George W. Bush's twin daughters -- could get on the plane.

The Bush twins were picked up in Albany, N.Y., along with 22 other passengers. However, the move caused a two-hour delay for those traveling from Boston, reported WRC-TV in Washington, D.C...

A mechanical problem with another US Airways flight stranded Jenna and Barbara Bush in Albany. The twins and 22 other passengers were added to the Boston-to-D.C. flight. The plane arrived at Washington Reagan National Airport two hours late.

While US Airways says that this had nothing to do with the first twins, "industry experts say such diversions are extremely rare."


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