Transcript for Passengers in NYC furious after flight delay holds them on tarmac for 6 hours
Back now with the six-hour nightmare for passengers stranded onboard a delta flight. Here's will Carr. Reporter: Passengers are furious after sitting at JFK for longer than the length of a cross-country flight. It sat on the tarmac for more than six hours. Some saying they felt trapped on the plane. A brawl even broke out between two passengers, forcing police to respond and the pilot to send a strict warning. When things become physical, and things are being tossed around in the cabin through a door, we can't have that. It's not safe for the passengers and the crew. Reporter: Eventually, the flight took off and landed in Miami at 3:00 A.M., eight hours late. That's not any type of sufficient compensation for what people had to go through. Reporter: Delta tells us it offered a bus for passengers who wanted to get off. The airliner claims the door was never closed for more than three hours. Tom? Will, thank you. When we come back, the major
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