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Things You Have Taken From Aircraft!  
User currently offlineA340600 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2003, 4105 posts, RR: 51
Posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 14843 times:

Have you ever "borrowed" certain items from planes. What have you taken from which airline/aircraft (eg. table from aer ingus a330, unlikely) more extreme the better????
Sam Smile


Despite the name I am a Boeing man through and through!
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User currently offlineTs-ior From Tunisia, joined Oct 2001, 3488 posts, RR: 6
Reply 1, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 14688 times:


I visited many planes during turn arounds and every time i disembark with magazines,beverages,chocolate,and even model kit planes,but of course they were gifts from captains and F/As.This was mainly in the 80s and the early 90s.


User currently offlineDeltaGuy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 14666 times:

I've had f/a's tell me to take a pillow and blanket for later on in the airport. I usually try to round out my safety card collection too  Smile

Sometimes when I go up and make friends with the pilots, they let me have the AWABS/ACARS papers after the flight..it's nice to go over it afterwards and see what all happened. Good collectors items!

DeltaGuy


User currently offlineMAS A330 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 3, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 14657 times:

I collect air sickness bags and magazines. Sometimes I take safety cards. I've also taken pillows in the past.

User currently offlineTokolosh From Netherlands, joined Sep 2001, 366 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 14625 times:

Is it true that pillows and blankets are used only once, so it's no problem taking them?
However, why on earth take a safety card?! That must be a headache for the cabin crew because doesn't every seatback have to have a safety card included for the next flight?



Did the chicken or the egg get laid first?
User currently offlineA340600 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2003, 4105 posts, RR: 51
Reply 5, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 14614 times:

Yes but they can replace them and besides its fun to collect them (safety cards)
Sam Smile



Despite the name I am a Boeing man through and through!
User currently offlineFlykal From Australia, joined Sep 2003, 442 posts, RR: 3
Reply 6, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 14593 times:

Tokolosh, no, it's not true that pillows and blankets are used only once. They are all rewashed and used over.

Why on earth anyone would want to take a pillow from an aircraft is far beyond me!



One doesn't discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time
User currently offlineEMBQA From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 9364 posts, RR: 11
Reply 7, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 14579 times:

So A340600.......your saying its 'fun' to steal.......?? and why does it say " DO NOT REMOVE FROM AIRCRAFT" on the back of every saftey card..???? Because if it's found missing, it's a gounding item....!! Yes, they may have an extra on board, but if they don't...that plane is not going anywhere....


"It's not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog"
User currently offlineTokolosh From Netherlands, joined Sep 2001, 366 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 14567 times:

Phil (Flykal)

I agree. I've even been on a flight where a group of passengers (first flight ever, I suppose) took everything they could -- blankets, pillows. cutlery, safety cards, you name it). It's like shoplifting ...



Did the chicken or the egg get laid first?
User currently offlineFlykal From Australia, joined Sep 2003, 442 posts, RR: 3
Reply 9, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 14543 times:

Tokolosh, yeah, I've seen that before too...the most difficult thing for our airline is trying to stop people taking the blankets. They are a very popular item to walk off the aircraft. I guess we should see that as a compliment that our blankets are so nice, people want to take them...but they all cost money!


One doesn't discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time
User currently offlineSA006 From South Africa, joined Sep 2003, 1883 posts, RR: 54
Reply 10, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 14544 times:

Pillows and blankets for me. I do occasionalyy take the safetycard.  Smile

Regards
SA006



Proudly South African
User currently offlineTG992 From New Zealand, joined Jan 2001, 2910 posts, RR: 10
Reply 11, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 14532 times:

Thanks for nothing, thieves. Of course, you do realise that you have now completely forfeited the right to complain about ticket prices, as you are pushing the price of tickets higher with every item you steal?


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User currently offlineLuftaom From Australia, joined May 1999, 427 posts, RR: 6
Reply 12, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 14522 times:

These are the same people who whinge about the cost of insurance and yet wouldn't hesitate to overstate a claim, or indeed create a bogus one. The sooner the law catches up with these people the better off we will all be.

User currently offlineTokolosh From Netherlands, joined Sep 2001, 366 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 14517 times:

How can you stop this happening? Probably almost impossible. Comes down to proper upbringing, I suppose. It's really disturbing that some people consider taking safety cards etc as "fun".


Did the chicken or the egg get laid first?
User currently offlineA340600 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2003, 4105 posts, RR: 51
Reply 14, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 14501 times:

actually i have never stolen anything off an aircraft
sam



Despite the name I am a Boeing man through and through!
User currently offlineLuftaom From Australia, joined May 1999, 427 posts, RR: 6
Reply 15, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 14478 times:

Removal of non promotional items from an aircraft (ie the inflight magazine) is not borrowing but theft. Sadly the fallout from an individuals action is borne by PAX collectively through higher ticket prices.

User currently offlineTokolosh From Netherlands, joined Sep 2001, 366 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 14462 times:

Sam, I think it is good you raised this issue in the first place.


Did the chicken or the egg get laid first?
User currently offlineG-KIRAN From United Kingdom, joined Jun 2000, 736 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 13 hours ago) and read 14439 times:

OK beat this. Sanitary pads from SIA for labs tests in a London Home.

Signed,
Singapore_Air


User currently offlineFlyguyclt From United States of America, joined Aug 2005, 537 posts, RR: 8
Reply 18, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 12 hours ago) and read 14373 times:

Better not let an FAA person find you taking that briefing card. It is a felony. Believe it or not. And pillows and blankets are cleaned and used again and again and again.


Florida Express, Braniff II and ......
User currently offlineFlyguyclt From United States of America, joined Aug 2005, 537 posts, RR: 8
Reply 19, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 12 hours ago) and read 14357 times:

Oh and I once got a complaint letter from a Passenger. The reason. I was rude. I would not let them take the Business Class Wool Blanket. My manager and I got a great laugh out of it .  Smile Cheers to the flying Clampets and their stickey fingers.


Florida Express, Braniff II and ......
User currently offlineDC-10 Levo From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 3432 posts, RR: 3
Reply 20, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 12 hours ago) and read 14333 times:

Every time I'm on a plane I always want to take the safety card, but I darent. I don't take anything from the aircraft usually, but last year I did accidentally take the inflight magazine from an aircraft  Innocent.

DC-10


User currently offlineDutchwings From Netherlands, joined Jan 2001, 83 posts, RR: 0
Reply 21, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 12 hours ago) and read 14318 times:

Royal Jordanian forks and knifes which i still use sumtimes LOL

User currently offlineHoons90 From Canada, joined Aug 2001, 3036 posts, RR: 52
Reply 22, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 12 hours ago) and read 14318 times:
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Most airlines allow you to take the inflight magazine as a complimentary copy. KLM, Korean Air, Air Canada are some of the airlines that allow that, says "Your complimentary copy" and on KLM's.. it says "Take me home" if i remember correctly. So I would not say it is wrong to take inflight magazines, but depends on the airline really..



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User currently offlineFlyingbronco05 From United States of America, joined May 2002, 3840 posts, RR: 2
Reply 23, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 11 hours ago) and read 14225 times:

I have checklists that the crew members have given me from DC-10, 767, and 777 for AA.

The only thing I have taken from an airplane were pictures  Big grin



Never Trust Your Fuel Gauge
User currently offlineUdo From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 24, posted (10 years 11 months 1 week 10 hours ago) and read 14189 times:

Come on, no airline has so far raised ticket prices because of stolen safety cards...its fun to collect them and nothing will stop me taking them. Ok, Ryanair does, with their new fixed safety instructions...


Regards
Udo




25 Qantasclub : ok, what a GREAT topic. When I tell my mates this, they all make fun of me and it's nice to see i'm not alone here. (feels like alcoholic's anonymous!
26 Jaspike : Have you ever "borrowed" certain items from planes. What have you taken from which airline/aircraft (eg. table from aer ingus a330, unlikely) more ext
27 Post contains images Airsicknessbag : RE safety cards: 1 - I´ve never come across a steward(ess) who, upon being asked politely, refused to donate a safety card. Most even go out of thei
28 Udo : What's the attraction of collecting coins? They are for payment, aren't they? What's the attraction of collecting pens? They are for writing, aren't t
29 Tokolosh : Udo, But you pay for your coins, pens and stamps, don't you?
30 Udo : But airlines don't sell their safety cards, do they? Regards Udo
31 Post contains images Big777jet : Once, I took United's blanket very nice one grey with tiny white stripe. It was about 10 years ago. LOL Big777jet
32 Post contains images Tokolosh : Udo, Maybe they should sell them!
33 Jaspike : But airlines don't sell their safety cards, do they? So that means steal them? Buckingham Palace don't sell the furniture, but you don't just take it
34 Udo : Oh wow Josh, if you consider that to be such a big issue, why don't you just call Scotland Yard or Interpol and tell them there's a real dangerous the
35 Jaspike : I was only using that as an example. My point basically is that they are there for a reason - safety, and in my opinion safety is quite important. It
36 Udo : Crews check safety cards prior to boarding, and if some are missing then they replace them. So what's the problem with that? If the crew doesn't check
37 Post contains images Nethkt : I collect menus. I mostly fly international on airlines that still provide menus in Economy class. I always keep them for my collection. I got tons of
38 Post contains images LHR340 : I got given, sick bags, sanitary wipes and a blanket from Alitalia LHR340
39 Mxp : From 5 years I began to take safety card I have a good collection. regards
40 Tokolosh : Stuff given to you (or you ask for it and it's given) is quite different. Menu's and things like that are there for you to keep, but not stuff like si
41 Aa757first : I only buy safety cards from eBay. I have taken an AA American Way magazine, only because they say you can take them. "Please feel free to take the co
42 Post contains images KaiGywer : I have a couple of SK drink glasses (yes, made by glass, not plastic). I asked the FA, and she gave me a couple Pretty nice, with SAS engraved on the
43 7E7 : It brings back some memories when you look back at meal menus (that I keep). The max I have taken was a couple blankets (that were given to me upon re
44 CanadianNorth : Pillows, Magazines, Vomit Bags, Saftey Cards, Stir sticks, Forks... all depends on what i feel like that day eh... CanadianNorth
45 Ryanair737 : In-Flight Magazines, Safety Cards, Sick Bags, Menus, Boarding Cards......... almost everything from the flight! Ryanair737
46 KAL744 : Usually I take the inflight magazine, as it is not theft as I know. No other things I take from the aircraft. KAL744
47 Post contains images Mandala499 : List (with and without permission) Safety Cards. Knives, Forks, Spoons. Trays, reuseable Mealboxes. Glass, cups. Blankets. Magazines. Maps! (I just ha
48 Post contains images GulfstreamGuy : When Concorde made a promotional visit here in LIT back in June of 1996, I took a champagne glass off of it. I guess it was not that big of a deal bea
49 Birdwatching : AA757first (I only buy safety cards from eBay. I have taken an AA American Way magazine, only because they say you can take them) So you buy them on e
50 Post contains images Sabena332 : safety cards menu cards inflight magazines other magazines newspapers pillows blankets liquid soap refreshment towels bags of peanuts cans of beer kni
51 AirxLiban : I have only stolen a safety card once: the one from seat 21-A on Concorde G-BOAG. Call it theft, call it whatever you want....but it was a brand new u
52 A340pilot : I just get a kick out of these kinds of posts! As soon as someone posts something about stealing its like a rat smelling some cheese and they have to
53 Aa757first : Well then let me tell you this: The guy who puts it up on Ebay, where do you think he got it from? He printed it himself? Maybe he/she asked the flig
54 A340pilot : Incidentally, I have only ever taken a safety card once on a Westjet Flight to Toronto, But It was a mistake as I had so much paper work to do, when w
55 Post contains images Udo : How ridiculous. The value of such a safety card is probably similar to the value of the free inflight magazine...both are mass products, some sheets o
56 Futureualpilot : Theives! I cant believe you would steal from an airline!!! How low can you get? haha, Im just kidding around, I still have a few blankets from every a
57 Post contains images Aer Lingus : The inflight magazines can be taken as you leave but I never take one with me (don't like to read)! I love to take cutlery and some stuff from the toi
58 Birdwatching : So how is it now with the safetycards, from a legal point of view? Is it stealing? And if it is, what is the declared value of one safety card? What i
59 Ralgha : You all suck. You know how much work it is to make sure an airplane is ready to fly without all you klepto's stealing the safety equipment? Why not go
60 Justplanecrazy : I think people who take or collect airline sick bags need them. hehe
61 Post contains images Jaspike : So how is it now with the safetycards, from a legal point of view? Is it stealing? Of course it's stealing, the cabin crew don't say 'Please take the
62 Socrates17 : I have quite enough stuff of my own to schlep around. However, someone in my family must have had quite sticky fingers since I seem to have inherited
63 JBirdAV8r : I have to side with the "taking safety cards is stealing" camp here. I won't deny doing it myself in the past, but now that I'm big into aviation as a
64 OE-LDA : What if you take the safety card from Iran Air or Saudia, will they cut your hand off if they catch you? Regards, OE-LDA
65 SkyTeamNo1 : ehhh... here i go: i have stolen TWICE life vests... they are such a feat! thanks continental
66 310_engineer : When is someone finally going to admit that he/she has stolen livevests and seatbelts??? Everyday we supply a minimum of 10 vests and 5 seatbelts and
67 Codeshare : Back in the coldwar times taking stuff from LOT's aircraft was the usual habit. Things like blankets, plastic cutlery, glasses was the regulars.
68 Post contains images Mandala499 : 310_Engineer, Well, my friend who used to collect lifevests gave up after some pilots beat him up on the beach because he was wearing one ! LOL I got
69 Post contains images Sabena332 : When is someone finally going to admit that he/she has stolen livevests and seatbelts??? I know two people who have stolen livevests from a plane, one
70 Fanofjets : I joined this post late in the game, but Ralga, Jaspike, JBirdAV8r echo my sentiments: Taking something without permission is theft. That an item is m
71 Birdwatching : Stealing a life vest is just sick. I just hope that the plane crashes in the water and that guy is the only person who finds no life vest under his se
72 AA777MIA : UDO: I have to laugh, because you claim that stealing a safety card is nothing. Well lets look at it this way. AA has a fleet of 800 aircraft or so, a
73 Vinovalentino : On a recent flight on a recently retired (and very rare) aircraft type I was taking anything that was not bolted down. As such I have a safety card, n
74 EMBQA : I wonder if some of these 'collectors' would have gone dumpster diving' if they knew a few years back I threw out 3 cases of brand new passanger safet
75 PHXMKEflyer : I really don't get it....What thrill do you people get out of taking a safety card?!?! you people have some sort of SICK fetish! Do you really like de
76 Post contains images EMBQA : PHXMKE.. Well said..!! So how are things at MJ..?? We do a lot of work for you guys here in BNA. 853 is due to leave tonight / first thing in the am.
77 High_flyr69 : *Inflight magazines *Safety Cards *Cutlery *Headsets *Blankets *Pillows *Head rest cloths *Sick Bags *Anything else that moves with an Airline logo on
78 Captain_777 : Never taken anything, do not plan on it. My dad was granted permission to take a safety card off of a L1011 before it went to scrapyard. My little bro
79 Warszawa : I've never taken anything from the plane ( Mostly cause i was afraid to ). I thought you wernt allowed, guess airlines dont care? I've never attempted
80 Jet-Lagged : a few spoons from a few airlines. they are useful and have the logo. I feel a little bit bad, but don't make a habit of it. some airlines have awfully
81 Post contains images PHXMKEflyer : EMBQA; keep up the good work out there in BNA!!!
82 Funflyer : I took a seat belt once from a USAir 737. And pillows, blankets, magizines all the normal stuff.
83 Saleem : Airline Magazine of PIA "Humsafar", "Urdu" word, meanings, "your companion", further on front cover it is printed "Your Personal Copy" occasionally, s
84 Post contains images Lparky : I took one of them big round things towards the bottom of the plane... I think they call them tires. You should have seen them try to taxi that bad bo
85 Airdude66 : Flykal I have worked for 4 different airlines. If the blankets and pillows are washed - I have never know about it. I have have known some cleaning cr
86 Tiger119 : I was not going to post on this topic, then thought about it for some time. Still probably should not post. But, theft is theft. And the cards do need
87 Post contains images A340pilot : Ok, I have a question in regards to stealing seat belts!! How the Hell do get away with stealing a seatbelt? Are they not bolted to the seats? Wouldn'
88 Apollo13 : On my flight to paris with the High School im with, the guys and i took a loose table tray (that was upon request and the F/A was very nice an un hook
89 Post contains images A340pilot : @Airdude66: Thanks for the info, however, it doesn't make me feel very safe when they tell me to put the seat belt on. I will be thinking twice now w
90 Inflightmags : Ryanair safetycards are now located at the back of the seats behind the headrest...will other airlines follow suit soon?? And eliminating the seat poc
91 Post contains images United_Fan : Funny thing is,I took a United 727 safety card form my second-last UA 727 flight ORD-LAS Sept 1st,2001 because they were phasing them out,little did
92 Dc-9-10 : Just safety cards for me, nothing better than taking something that you are not supposed to.
93 ANX4fishing : Once I tore an engine off an Braathen's 737 @ TOS (when they still used the stairs), but boy was it hard to stuff it in my carry-on and get it through
94 757KSLC : My personal opinion, is that things on the plane should be left on the plane. However in all my years of flying I have never seen one sign, or heard o
95 Post contains images Lehpron : PEANUTS, I took 14 bags meanly cuz the FA's gave it to me, as there weren't that many on board. I also took the experience of the flight with me as I
96 FlightSimFreak : Safety cards... I've only got about 5 of them nowhere on any of Continental's does it say "do not remove from aircraft" or anything like that United's
97 EMBQA : Seatbelts......?? That is a new one..!! I can only hope they are kidding, as what is the person due to be seated there next going to use..?? And if th
98 Aviationfreak : I`ll always try to get the glass with the airline`s name/logo on it. I always ask the f/a if I can buy one but they usually give it for nothing. Quest
99 Alcregular : On a flight back from PMV, I took a nice blue blanket from AMM. It now sits in my car.
100 Schreiner : EMBQA: Wrong... if safety cards are missing, (some of them...) the a/c will fly. Cheers, Schreiner
101 EMBQA : Schreiner... Do you work for an airline and know for a fact, or are we just guessing.....??
102 Ralgha : FlightSimFreak, people with attitudes like yours make me sick. Why don't you take the airworthiness certificate off the plane next time? It doesn't sa
103 Leviticus : Teaspoons are something I usually grab and put in my pocket.
104 Post contains images AZNCSA4QF744ER : Hi everyone, I have collected many things from aircraft every since I started working for the airlines. I just say the only thing I am missing from my
105 LanAlemania : Kulula (LCC in South Africa) found a very intelligent way how to stop stealing safety cards: you can download them from their website.
106 Post contains images Udo : Nothing beats the real ones! And yes, for all morale guards on that forum: it's just such a satisfying moment to leave the aircraft with a bag full of
107 Post contains images Marcell : First of all..I've never had the urge to steal anything from an aircraft. I've always brought home a copy of the in-flight magazine, but hey..they alm
108 A340pilot : @AA7573E, I come into these forums expecting non-abusive, non name calling posts, My daughter loves aircraft and sometimes sits with me as I read thes
109 Post contains images Udo : Marcell, excellent posting. I think double standards could be found with many of our self announced morale keepers here. As I already mentioned before
110 FSPilot747 : Jesus you guys are a load of thieves. Plates, putting spoons in your pockets? Get a life, people. FSP
111 Birdwatching : Okay, all of you people who steal seatbelts: Did you ever notice that the airline, when they notice that the seatbelt is missing, can very easily find
112 Post contains images Aloha717200 : I take just the general stuff. Once you fly on a plane it's kinda nice to have the safety card, for some reason it's like a "proof of purchase" of hav
113 JBirdAV8r : Udo, Why in the world must you make EVERY comment anti-American? Do you really have to dig THAT deep here? Are you really that sad? Are you so pious t
114 AA7573E : A340pilot If your daughter is old enough to fill in the blanks, then she already knows the word. Sorry if I put something bad in her head, but I have
115 Post contains images Marcell : JBirdAV8r, I was about to edit my post (again) when I read your comment. Yes, it's a totally different ballgame if it's seatbelts, door handles, thrus
116 PIA777 : I have taken anything you can imagine from planes............lol. -PIA777
117 Post contains images JBirdAV8r : Marcell, Once again I take issue. But theft of cutlery, glasses, pillows, blankets..you name it - is based on the exact same principles as software pi
118 Birdwatching : AA7573E NO, you are wrong! You are NOT allowed to express your opinion! At least not when you use rude language! Read the rules in the forum before po
119 A340pilot : I never asked you to delete your post, I said you could edit it if you wanted, IM the one that suggested deletion not you! And so what you are saying
120 Udo : JBird, obviously you haven't read my posting carefully. And obviously you don't know my previous postings...me and anti-American? That's the same as y
121 AA7573E : Birdwatching Whatever. I am not having this discussion with you. I am not the only person that expresses myself when I am passionate about an issue. J
122 Post contains images Marcell : JBirdAV8r, Once again I reply What I mean is that anything that's removed from the owner without his/her permission is theft. That includes copying so
123 Post contains images Aloha717200 : Wow, i just read back through some of you guys' replies and find some of you find this to a crime worthy of being persecuted for. Hmmmm, well, back in
124 Post contains images Aloha717200 : I should also mention that I take every napkin I get on each flight. Must be a felony.
125 Ralgha : Software piracy doesn't remotely compare to theft of any kind. I'm not advocating piracy mind you, but most of the world can't figure out that it's a
126 Udo : Aloha717200, I couldn't agree more, great posting! Regards Udo
127 A340pilot : OK Here's a question, Im not comparing this to stealing from an aircraft but........How many people on this forum have "saved picture" or used picture
128 Ralgha : Aloha717200, I implore you to read post 104, one of my replies. I'd rather not re-post the exact same thing. About barf bags, if someone took one with
129 Ralgha : A340pilot, read reply 128. It's not theft, it's piracy. COMPLETELY different. Still illegal, but NOT THE SAME AS THEFT. Many pictures on the internet
130 Post contains images JBirdAV8r : Ralgha, Why do we even bother? It's basically pointless now....
131 PHXMKEflyer : Schreiner, an aircraft carrying revenu passengers in the U.S. MUST have a safety card in EVERY seat or that plane is grounded until the regulations ar
132 Aloha717200 : Ralgha, you're really going out on a limb by comparing taking a safety card with taking a plasma HDTV, aren't you. Taking an HDTV is grand theft, in c
133 PHXMKEflyer : Udo, u state the following in reply 96: "I'm not going to post anti-American here" then continue to say "I say everyone who has voted for Bush has blo
134 Aloha717200 : Udo was being sarcastic. He was saying the generalizations being made by some people here are as ridiculous as if he said all americans had blood on t
135 JBirdAV8r : Aloha717200, What's the big deal about just ASKING for a safety card? NOT TAKING without permission, just ASKING? Is it THAT hard for you?
136 Aloha717200 : Jbird, dont get so worked up about this, eh. The simple answer to that is that I never thought to ask. On my next flight, I'll ask, and see what happe
137 Captain_777 : Hello- People are going to do what they do. Let them do it and get caught! This is turning into a debate, settle in the chat or something. Just trying
138 Gener8tion : Just to add my two cents about the safety information cards....US Airliners take off EVERY day with safety information cards missing from seatbacks. I
139 Birdwatching : In this thread, some people have said that taking the inflight magazines will increase ticket prices in the long run. Well, the opposite is true. The
140 UPSfueler : Alls I have taken are Safety Cards, Headseats(the good dolby ones from First Class) from UAs planes. On a 762 from ORD-BOS the FA put the bag of headp
141 DLMHT : Wellllll, not exactly stealing, but I do have the cargo door handle from an MD88. It came off in my hand when I was closing the door, so I decided to
142 Ralgha : OOO so now we're saying that grand theft is wrong, but regular theft is ok. Alright, I'll amend my statement. Since normal theft is ok, I'll march dow
143 Post contains links and images A340pilot : The easiest way to alleviate the theft of safety cards is to follow the lead of Ryan air, Then the only way to steal a safety card is to steal the who
144 Post contains images Upgradeplease : Amateurs! I will take anything of interest to me even once took a seat cushion from a DL 727 once. Just wrapped my coat around it and walked out fast!
145 PIA777 : Upgradeplease, I will like to take lessons from you in how to take stuff out of the plane without getting caught.........lol. Plz contact me -PIA777
146 Post contains images Upgradeplease : Lesson One Don't take stuff from your own seat! Wait as long as you can before you get off and take it from someone else's! Lesson two Don't get caugh
147 PIA777 : That was the easiest class i have ever taken in my whole life PIA777
148 Aloha717200 : Ralgha, I'm not going to even respond to that. You're going to the extreme in twisting my words to fit your own accusations. You know damn well I didn
149 Aircanada : Apparently, I've stolen a bottle of water before. I wasn't aware that at my airline, crew water has to be consumed on board...you can't bring an unope
150 Tokolosh : UPSfueler, Did you and your friend takes those headsets at the end of the flight when the F/A had collected them back from pax? Does this really make
151 Udo : AlohaB717200, thanks for statement in posting 135! PHXMKEflyer, ever heard about sarcasm??? Regards Udo
152 JGPH1A : Teaspoons Sickbags (don't know why, mostly its force of habit) Glasses (if you get them and if I can slip one into my camera bag) I don't steal the sa
153 Schreiner : PHXMKEflyer; maybe in the US... but i flew with MP last time, and there were some safetycards missing. So, i dont think that the rule is respected tha
154 Post contains images Lindy : If someone here have safety card from MetroJet its probably from me I took 40 at once
155 Kempa : I started taking the in-flight magazine, but as it says "you may take this with you", I felt it was no big deal... if I only knew... Then I took the a
156 Nudelhirsch : Guys, what is the big deal? You're shouting out loud Your heroic stealing stories...are You too shy to ask the crew if You can keep something? And too
157 Rb211 : Currently, I have 92 different safety cards, (I have the entire Delta collection including connection carriers as well as others),8 blankets from 8 di
158 Lindy : I forgot to meantion. I also would get rear tire from USAirways DC-9 but it didn't feet in my bag...
159 Wbryce : i stole the engine once......was a heavy bugger
160 FlyTPA : In December last year, I took advantage of that awesome BA sale for a one way ticket on the Concorde from JFK to LHR, with a Club World Business Class
161 VectorVictor : I've been a flying passenger going on 33 years and never thought once about taking a safety card. However, reading the comments of so many "Self Right
162 Post contains images Leskova : The "ask the crew" idea actually works quite well - on an SAA flight from JNB to MUC I asked a crew member if I could keep one of the glasses that the
163 JBirdAV8r : You guys are missing the point. It's not about cost...cardstock comes relatively cheap. If you see something that says "DO NOT REMOVE FROM AIRCRAFT"..
164 VC-10 : I have just been browsing through this thread and seen several post's justifying the theft of Safety Cards on the grounds of their cheapness. Look at
165 Post contains images Qxeguy : There was this hat that was jammed into a slot in the cockpit on the Concorde parked in Seattle...
166 Tanyaluvs2fly : I collect the little napkins they give you with your drink/meal... i've got a bunch from delta, usair, aa, lufthansa... I've had a lady across the row
167 Post contains images EA CO AS : Just safety cards for me, nothing better than taking something that you are not supposed to. So then following your logic, you'll be volunteering to t
168 Post contains links and images A340pilot : I have to admit I have a problem.................... It started out with me taking just the napkins, Then I moved on to safety cards, and then I start
169 VC-10 : A340 Pilot, you don't know how close you are to the truth! About 20 years or so ago someone stole 2 or 3 RR Spey Engines (1-11 & Trident) from the BA
170 WGW2707 : ROFL! Is it known where those engines wound up? Were there any Tridents in service with cash-strapped third-rate operators at the time? I once read th
171 Post contains images KaiGywer : Seat belts, I remember reading about it in the news a few years ago. It was the biggest hype of the year, using airplane seat belts as belts around yo
172 EMBQA : Seat Belts..you gotta be kidding..!!!! Now stealing those will surely push up ticket prices..and if caught, and the airline presses the issue, you may
173 KaiGywer : Copied from Planebusiness.com (who in turn copied from TheStreet.com 7/01/00): Like Those Baggy Pants? Steal A Seatbelt to Keep Them up in Style It ap
174 Ralgha : I'm sure you don't endorse theft, most theft anyway, but you are endorsing theft from aircraft. I would like to know what the difference between steal
175 Post contains images Wingscrubber : hehe, I got bored of reading this chain so I skipped to the end about halfway through...I always pinch stuff off planes, I have to get a sickbag from
176 Post contains images Airsicknessbag : >>>my favourite [sickbags] are [...] a nato one I got from a flight in an RAF puma. Oh those are just great. "Bag, Airsickness - NATO stock number bl
177 Ralgha : I queried Delta Airlines about what they think of people walking off with their property. Here's their response. Obviously it's canned, but you get th
178 Msh744 : I only take stuff that won't really affect the next person on that plane. - napkins - in flight magazines - luggage tags (at airport) but not much els
179 Usair320 : The saftey card and the magazine and the airsick bag. Heres my collection: AZ 321 BA 744 US 320 US 319 US 330 US 757 US 767 AA 757 DL 738 TZ 738 TP 3
180 Ealsys1 : I have never STOLEN anything but I did keep an empty 10 oz. can of Bud I drank! I thought 10 oz. was kinda cool (1987). Yesterday though, I was cleani
181 IberiaN : I haven't, but some members in my family do. For example, my grandmother has got two tea spoons of Iberia, and she said that she had got it on a B747
182 Post contains images A340600 : Wow thanks for all the great responses. i wish i'd have got the safey card on my last flight (air 2000) because now it will be firs choice airways (ZZ
183 Post contains images Nudelhirsch : Did anybody ever happen to steal a used sickness-bag?
184 Post contains images Nudelhirsch : Anyone here ever happened to grab a used sickness-bag for the collection
185 ACB777 : Yes, I've taken a used sick bag (but not used to vomit)! When I was flying EK the meal came and I wasn't hungry, and I knew I would be hungry later, s
186 Post contains images Mandala499 : I forgot to add something I took from an Airline with permission... Isn't that a nice training souvenir ? Do NOT take this without authorization... es
187 PIA777 : ACB777, I don't know about the illegal part. But the headphones on planes will not work on CD players,etc.. I took a head phone from PIA and it didn't
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