Wife Of Pilot In JetBlue Emergency Thanks Passengers And Crew

April 1, 2012 12:00 AM

Wife Of Pilot In JetBlue Emergency Thanks Passengers And Crew
" NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — JetBlue pilot Clayton Osbon was facing federal charges and still recovering from his headline-making meltdown. After nearly a week of crisis and confusion, his wife released a statement defending him, pleading for privacy and thanking everyone on board the flight from Kennedy Airport to Las Vegas.

Passengers said Osbon grew increasingly incoherent, going up and down the aisles ranting about terror threats and the plane going down.

“I’m looking at this happening and he’s getting more and more violent,” said passenger Mark Sellouk.

Co-pilot Jason Dowd was hailed a hero for getting Osbon out of the cockpit, locking the door, and taking command "

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