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Northwest pilots say it was their laptops, not fatique

The two Northwest pilots who overflew their destination last and prompted the White House to be apprised of the situation have told federal investigators that they were working on crew scheduling software on their laptops, not napping in the cockpit. A few more details are in an AP story here.

Northwest pilots say it was their laptops, not fatique

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The two Northwest pilots who overflew their destination last and prompted the White House to be apprised of the situation have told federal investigators that they were working on crew scheduling software on their laptops, not napping in the cockpit. A few more details are in an AP story here.

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