Thread: Niki Lauda RIP
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Old 21st May 2019, 11:00
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R.I.P Niki too. Very much a hands on owner of Lauda Air. As a B767 DEC with him for a few years flew him as a passenger to Miami via Munich which was a regular trip. He spent most of flight at the front with us. On arrival at Miami the stand we always had allocated was the Lufthansa one which usually had been vacated by the B744 before we arrived but this time LH were having problems on stand for reasons I cannot remember but we had to wait 45 minutes or so with engines running and I could feel Niki bristling with anger thinking of all that money of his being wasted .
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