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Crew pulled off Delta commuter jet; flight from Grand Forks to MSP canceled

The Star Tribune reports a flight was abruptly canceled after the pilot, co-pilot and flight attendant were pulled off the job. A spokesman for Pinnacle Airlines, which operates the flight, did not specify the reason for the action but did say the airline has a more strict standard on alcohol use than the FAA.
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The Star Tribune reports a flight was abruptly canceled after the pilot, co-pilot and flight attendant were pulled off the job. A spokesman for Pinnacle Airlines, which operates the flight, did not specify the reason for the action but did say the airline has a more strict standard on alcohol use than the FAA.

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