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Brazilians storm runway in delay protest

Brazilian travelers incensed about an overbooked flight stormed a runway Wednesday to prevent a commercial jet from taking off, and a tourism industry leader said two months of chronic flight delays have been a “disaster” for tourism. About 30 passengers with tickets from Sao Paulo to the northeastern city of Recife got out of a bus parked outside a Tam Linhas Aereas SA jet at one of Sao Paulo’s two airports, and surrounded the plane after the crew closed its door and the passengers feared they would not be let on, Brazil’s Globo TV reported. Full Story

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