How do airliners land at the wrong airport?
Twice in recent memory a large jet airliner has landed at the wrong airport. The Kansas City Star reported on January 14 that a Southwest Airlines 747 landed at the M. Graham Clark Taney County airport in Hollister, Mo.
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#1 Jan 17, 2014
did not know swa flies 747s
#2 Jan 17, 2014
It is the fault of the govt. They require pilots to drop acid before each flight
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