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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by rwoman, May 26, 2012.
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MSNBC Overhead Bin: FAA investigates jet door that fell on golf course
What the heck??
Well, that'll mess up your handicap.
I have enough to worry about during a round, now falling aircraft bits and pieces?
The player may replay the shot, without penalty.
I guess the golf course want some new hazards to go with the lakes and sand traps. But what I want to know is whether the pilots got a hole in one with the door.
Mantainance issues worry me most with all the cost-cutting going on worldwide and this includes the airline / aviation industry too.
I guess that's what airline management meant by an 'open-door policy'...
Think about the fuel savings though.....those doors aren't light....
ATTN RYANAIR: DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME.
Honey, can you see who's at the door?
I bet they will actually think about trying that.
I hope someone had the courtesy to at least yell "fore".
Well, we already have fuel surcharges. Will door surcharges be next?
If I was playing golf and that happened, I'd yell something, but it wouldn't be "fore."
They'll just cover it as a "maintenance charge.."
What? No need to shout...I'm right here
And the pilot yelled fore!!!
Anything to save on weight. Soon they'll require a bathroom visit before boarding.
It wouldn't be that, either. It'd be two words.
If memory serves, didn't Ryanair publicly flirt with the idea of taking lavs out of their planes?
But they're not investigating a plane that landed sans 1 door?