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Southwest Airlines plane evades highway crash after landing at wrong airport

13
Jan
2014

A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 touched down at the wrong Missouri airport Sunday night. The flight was scheduled to arrive at Branson airport, but landed instead seven miles away at Taney County airport. The small airport isnt set up for big jets; Scott Schieffer, one the flights 124 passengers, tells Forbes contributor Grant Martin that the flight landed very abruptly with the pilot applying the brakes very hard.

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