I really wanted to watch the programme but unfortunately we experience reception problems with Channel 5 in this area. Due to "atmospheric conditions" we normally loose the picture at 9.30pm!
Commenting on the real-life incident, the crew did an excellent job, exactly what any professional flight or cabin crew would be expected to do in a similar situation. I recall, however, that several months after the event a female flight crew member started litigation against BA
for stress suffered as a result of the incident. She was probably contacted by an eager lawyer smelling money to be made. It seems lawyers are not only content at making a mint for themselves but also like to ruin the reputation of other people at the same time, as my respect for the crew went downhill when I heard a crew member was suing her employees.
I do not know what happened in the litigation, or whether the case even went to Court.
MOL on SRB's latest attack at BA: "It's like a little Chihuahua barking at a dying Labrador. Nobody cares."