Obama's Plane Forced Into Unexpected Landing; NTSB Investigates 2nd Obama Flying Incident
UPDATE: This is the second recent incident involving Obama's aircraft.
Update: In January, Obama's plane struck another aircraft while Obama's Cessna was taxiing at Midway Airport in Chicago. No one was hurt in that incident.
Original story follows.
Obama's Md-80 experienced flight problems today. Obama was enroute from Chicago to Charlotte.
The National Transportation Safety Board said Monday that it is investigating what caused Senator Barack Obama’s plane to make an unexpected landing today in St. Louis.
The presumptive Democratic nominee for president was traveling from Chicago to Charlotte when the pilot's first officer announced that they were experiencing controllability issues with the pitch of the MD-80 series aircraft.