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Discussion in 'Singapore Airlines | KrisFlyer' started by SQuealer, Aug 15, 2012.
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Came across a rather hilarious and interesting article.
Enjoyed that! Thanks for posting!
Of course the article 'QUALIFIES' to be under Singapore Airlines/KrisFlyer because of the cover foto and the very mention of Singapore in the writeup
Well, the funny thing is how stupid people act. Listen...bottom line is, whether you think you have rights or not, or if you are correct in your stance on an issue..tough s***. If you want to be on that flight, you are going to have shut your mouth and sit down, because whether you like it or not, whether it is right or not, they can remove you from that plane for damn near anything. Its like the soup nazi....if they don't want you on that flight, they grab that boarding pass and its "no flight for you!"
They are not exactly like the Soup Nazi, but I wouldn't recommend offending the people who serve us food or who could save us in an emergency.
I recall a guy kicked off LAS-ORD connecting onwards to HkG in J because of his abusive language and desire to 'get back' at the FAs.
Somehow that guy thought I was cool to talk to during boarding and before being escorted off the plane.
Agree 100%. Arguing with an FA or a pilot is like arguing with a cop who pulls you over. Even if you win, you lose.
Either that or you could offload yourself with some silly excuse like this one on Qantas
I'm sure the whole plane if not the crew, celebrated
On the one hand...if paying $10k for a ticket and if those are some really nice PJs...I would try to get a set later. . But to not fly over it? Give me a break.
Or trying to argue with your boss.