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Second American Airlines flight grounded after seats come loose


A second American Airlines plane was forced to return to the airport after a row of seats came loos on Monday.

A Miami-bound plane from JFK was forced to turn around an hour into the flight after passengers discovered the problem.

American Airlines said Flight 443 took off at about 7:11 a.m. on Monday and returned to the airport at 8:18 after seats A through C came loose in Row 14.

Passengers were put on another plane that arrived in Miami at 2:19 p.m.

This comes on the heel of another problem with seats on a Miami-bound flight from Logan.

An American Airlines flight was forced to land at JFK after taking off from Logan Airport in Boston on Saturday after passengers discovered loose seats.