On Fri, 20 Apr 2018 12:06:37 +0200, BrritSki
Post by BrritSki Post by Btms Post by Jenny M Benson Post by Fenny Post by Btms Post by Sid Nuncius Post by Jenny M Benson Post by Mike Post by Sid Nuncius Post by Mike
Not being a frequent flyer or anything ( I did fly to and from Dusseldorf
in the late eighties) I have not even looked into using my points, Avios
informed me today that I have 11,500 + points.... err, is this worth
anything to a non-frequent flyer please?
You would probably be entitled to an upgrade to a First Class Coffin
after being sucked out of a broken aircraft window.
BT flippin N over here !
Ac-flippin-cepted over here!
I should like to thank Southwest Airlines, CFM Engines and everyone else
who has made this nomination possible.
Btn and bar! So distasteful.
OK, I've added it to the appropriate folder.
Well keep the Windows closed.
BTN again !
No need to keep the window closed if you keep the seat belt fastened
when sitting as we always do...
I must admit, so do I, but then again I always choose an aisle seat.
Do we know whether the lady did or did not have her seat belt
fastened? The few reports I've read don't mention it.
I wonder what the effect on the human body in those circumstances
would be with the seat belt fastened? Probably not as bad as if
unfastened, but the force exerted on the lower body would be
considerable and could still cause severe injury.
I be interested to know whether tests have been carried out using
dummies like the crash tests on cars, and if they have what the