Aviation Thread


#421

Disappointed with the pilot here. Not because he got drunk and attempt to fly 190 souls but the fact it was double vodkas and not sake he chosen to do it with.


#422

He needed this guy


#423

Needed a little prepper, never understood a prepper before a long line of it. Perhaps avid cocaina users like @AppleCrumbled and @Whiplash could tell me more.


#424

#425

Never knew you needed a dildo to make a speech!


#426

Is she on with Tubbers tomorrow night?


#427

Aer Lingus are brutal for Trans Atlantic, losing bags, cancelled flights, crew shortages, typical paddy mickey mouse operation. The sooner British Airways get their hands on them the better


#428

The same BA that hired the former CEO of Paddy Mickey Mouse Airlines?


#429

#430

Didn’t expect that here.


#431

Well I’d say you could fly a plane up it


#432

And here is the upskirt pic


#433

he has just been sentenced to 10 years in Prison, that is proper British justice


#434

Aer Lingus passengers could face huge bills for leaving phones on
CONOR POPE
Transatlantic passengers on Aer Lingus flights who ignore repeated requests to turn off their phones or switch them to flight mode risk being hit with sky-high roaming charges even if they never look at their device while on board the aircraft.

One passenger who contacted The Irish Times said he had inadvertently left his phone on in an overhead compartment while flying to the US and was horrified to get a bill for almost $300 fro m AT&T, his provider, weeks later.

AT&T said the charges were racked up by “antennas installed on the plane that operate outside an unlimited international roaming plan”. The antennas can “automatically connect with phones that are not in flight mode and run up charges – even when the phones are not in use”.

Flight mode
Aer Lingus confirmed that passengers who failed to switch their phones to flight mode could be hit with unexpectedly high bills but stressed it was not making any money as a result. It said it could not be held accountable if passengers ignored clear instructions.

“For safety reasons, before every flight, Aer Lingus cabin crew advise guests to switch their phones to airplane mode,” a spokeswoman said.

She added that passengers could use in-flight wifi on transatlantic flights if they registered and paid a fee, but if a phone was simply left on it “may connect to the in-flight roaming network and the guest will be billed by their home operator for any usage”.


#435

good enough for the cunts. if you cant follow a simple instruction such as turn your phone off, you deserve to be bled like a sucker.


#436

you don’t even have to turn the thing off. You can put it in the specifically designed airplane mode.


#437

Drones in Gatwick. Chaos.


#438

Getting ready for a no deal brexit


#439

There’s a few in Westminster


#440

110,000 people discommoded