Flight Crew Pulls Trio From D.C. Bound Plane

Monday, Jan 10, 2011  |  Updated 4:30 PM EDT
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Flight Crew Pulls Trio From D.C. Bound Plane

Don't mess with the flight crew in blue.

A pilot from JetBlue ordered three young men - two 22-year-olds and a 19-year-old, off a Monday morning flight from Boston to Ronald Reagan National Airport.

Flight crew had reported the post-adolescents were acting in a "suspicious" manner, and Massachusetts State Police reported to Gate C28 at Logan Airport to remove them. 

The passengers' behavior was enough to get them booted from the plane, but was not enough to warrant arrests.  The men were rebooked on another JetBlue flight.

"The description of their behavior as suspicious was somewhat ambiguous," a Massachusetts State Police spokesman told WCVB in Boston, "but was supported by an FBI agent who was aboard the plane."

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