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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