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Passengers Faint On Allegiant Air Flight Without AC

Passengers Faint On Allegiant Air Flight Without AC

The air conditioning malfunction in an Allegiant Air plane on June 22 caused many passengers to faint. The Indiana bound plane was forced to return to St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport in Florida after the passengers complained about the uncomfortable temperature inside the cabin, the Tampa Bay Times reported.
The reports about the incident surfaced Friday more than two weeks after the incident took place. Two people received treatment after they showed signs of overheating of the body.
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