juliuswong wrote:Their long haul was a disaster to begin with, one aircraft, seven destinations?? Not a very smart idea.
"Boys will be boys, sexual harassment is just what happens LOL!" - this thread
It's the 21st century and there is no room for creepers or sexual harassment. If the claims are investigated and found to be true, hope they get fired and arrested for voyeurism.
I think it's a little odd, but getting upset over a company deciding to making such a small change is silly. Does it affect you that much that your experience is ruined if you don't hear "ladies and gentlemen"? If it makes some people feel more comfortable, then more power to them.Jump to post
Wow, this thread seems to have devolved fast. I'll just say a few things... - Physical violence of any sort is unacceptable and both deserved to be fired - Generally speaking, men are taller and stronger than women, so you better have a damn good reason (i.e. self-defense with reasonable threat of h...Jump to post
I like to browse the aviation-safety database every once in a while and I swear at least three times a month there will be a "Unreg." crash in some Central American country. Given the circumstances, I get a bit of a chuckle out of it. Shame the birds are being put to such use though.Jump to post
Who cares if they just did it for PR? It's a good thing. As much as people who are inclined to visit aviation forums would like to forget, air travel is terrible for the atmosphere. Taking steps towards optimizing short routes that don't really need a plane is a step forward.Jump to post
mham001 wrote:In my area they drop a red gel which is also a fertilizer to promote new vegetative growth. It does not evaporate and I have seen them make direct hits on many houses and points of interest, in fact I still have some things stained red.
Ouchies! Had to be the 200th frame too :( Not the 200th frame, there are quite a number of skipped MSNs. MSN 18 shows "on order", MSN's 24, 37, 53, 60, 91, 97, 104, 118, 129, 185, 196, 212, 245, 246, 260, 261 (out of 263 as of today) have been skipped. So, MSN 200 is the 188th built. Can ...Jump to post