|Quoting 1stfl94 (Reply 1):|
Has been known to happen on the shorthaul 767s (aircraft which are mostly 20 years old or so and haven't had any major works to the cabins) but seems the Airbus isn't immune!
|Quoting B738FlyUIA (Reply 4):|
Just a pity a passenger didn't have a Ghetto Blaster on board...
|Quoting oldtimer (Reply 7):|
Used to be common on the DC10 and L1011 with the multiplex systems, usually cured by tightening up a loose plug on one of the multiplex units, so nothing new. Can be annoying mid Atlantic when you are trying to sleep.
|Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 10):|
I recall it was also a frequent problem on early 747s. Not certain but I believe the 747 was the first aircraft with that type of multiplex system.
Sorry, sometimes you just can't help yourself...
|Quoting Cyanide72 (Reply 11):|
Quoting steeler83 (Reply 9):
Or how about the rapping WN flight attendant?! Anyone remember that?
I'd like to be on a plane when this happens. Funky...