Baggage scales closed in Tucson following state inspection

12/4/2008 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson) · USA Today

Delta Air Lines and United Airlines have stopped charging for overweight bags at Tucson International Airport after inspectors found that all 14 of the airlines' baggage scales were faulty. A Delta spokesman said the company closed its scales and requested recalibration by a service company. "Over the summer, our scales were certified (by private technicians) and then checked again more recently," said a United spokesman. "Customers won't be charged for overweight bags until we recertify the scales."

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