NY JetBlue Passenger Removed For Security Reasons

NEW YORK (AP) — A passenger at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport has been removed from a Florida-bound JetBlue flight due to a security concern.

JetBlue spokeswoman Jenny Dervin says the passenger was taken off JetBlue Flight 21. The plane originally was scheduled to depart JFK at 6:59 p.m. Saturday for Tampa.

Dervin did not give a reason for the passenger’s removal. She says the aircraft eventually departed at 9:40 p.m. Saturday after it had been re-screened. It is estimated to arrive in Tampa at 12:21 a.m. Sunday.

No other details were immediately available.

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One Comment

  1. veola says:

    What does this have to do with us and in what way? Thank you.

  2. Diablo says:

    Joint ventures in the media sucks

  3. Ken says:

    Bring back the 1010 Wins.com this site SUCKS

  4. mike says:

    Worthless story. Muslim Extremist would be a safe bet.

  5. John says:

    This is such a lame news item. No details? So why even call it news?

    Waste of time and digital space. Poor journalism, pity.

  6. Jacobson says:

    I know it will all come down to “Muslims extremist:”. Thats all we can listening to on the News now. SUcks. Leave Muslim people alone suckers

  7. John Adams says:

    The passenger probably was reading the Quran.

  8. Jubal Harshaw says:

    NO details were available on this non-story presented by the non-news agency known as ASSociated Press. A rumor among some news agencies is that AP expects their journalists’ and editor’ performance to improve as soon as they graduate from Kindergarten.

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