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The Only Way To Fly !

This is great!

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and they have great airfares also.
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... and we can pay attention to the most boring part the the flight, those "mostly useless" safety instructions!
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haha great post....if I ever have to goto the pacific I am booking them
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I've been told off a couple of times by BA cabin crew for rustling my paper, as is often unavoidable when reading one, while they're strutting their stuff. I was told how important it was to listen just in case I'd never been on this configuration of A321 before. How many are there?!

This is vaguely amusing...



I had no idea Robin Williams was a flight attendant Smilie
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interesting post
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Originally Posted by scottn
...this configuration of A321 before. How many are there?!
Just for information, roughly 24 passenger configurations. 8 models and three standard seating configurations.

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