January 14, 2009 | Dave Janney

First lawsuit in Denver Continental accident

Here is the story:

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/sns-ap-airport-accident,0,2492042.story

Two passengers are alleging that the pilot should not have aborted the takeoff.  I wonder if they are pilots or how they made that determination?

Their lawyer says “Continental knows what happened. They have access to all the records. They have access to the pilots.”

World’s quickest investigation perhaps?  I don’t know if they should have aborted or not, because the NTSB has not finished their investigation, and won’t for months.  What I will say is that I would rather be on the ground than in the air if there is something wrong with the aircraft.  One day we should know.   

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