In-flight Issues Did you experience any problems during an US Airways flight?

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Old Oct 28, 2007, 3:24 PM
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Angry U.S. Airways: Almost 4 Hours On Tarmac In Philadelphia

U.S. Airways Flight 192 From Philadelphia To Phoenix On October 9,2007 Departed About 45 Minutes Late And Then We Sat On The Tarmac For Almost 4 Hours. The First Excuse For The Delay Was That There Were 30 Planes Ahead Of Us. Then It Started To Rain And We Could Not Takeoff In The Rain. Then We Were Told That We Were Going Back To The Terminal And Then We Were Told That We Had Clearance From Phoenix To Take Off.

We Noticed A Foul Smell In Our Seat Location Indicating A Dirty Airplane .

My Wife And I Both Came Down With Coughing, Sore Throat And Congestion A Few Days After The Flight And Did Not Feel Well For A Week. We Are Just Now Recuperating. My Ankles Swelled Due To The Movement Restriction During The Time On The Tarmac.

This Kind Of Service Would Be Expected In A 3rd World Country But Not In The Richest Country In The World.

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