|Quoting DocLightning (Reply 6):|
I can only imagine what kind of paperwork headaches... live animals crossing international borders, no customs form, no certification that they are disease-free.
|Quoting Sasha (Reply 3):|
I wonder if someone will eventually comment here about hazard to flight safety, perhaps chicks defecating on flight controls etc
|Quoting Navigator (Reply 19):|
Exactly! This is not OK if you like to follow safety standards... I doubt it will affect flight controls, but in an emergency it will probably distract the flight crew. I would be surprised if this is allowed.
|Quoting alberchico (Reply 16):|
look at the comments that one schmuck left on the website:
''Trampling all over important buttons and controls. No thanks DM. They should of been thrown from the plane by the scruff of there neck as they are a health and safety risk''
|Quoting cedarjet (Reply 14):|
Both the plane drivers on my Lufthansa A321 flight today from Frankfurt to Heathrow were chicks.
|Quoting xtoler (Reply 15):|
I did a four day pairing where both my pilots were chicks and I was the F/A. Surprisingly, my wife was pretty cool with it. We got a lot of funny looks.