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Old 5th Jul 2022, 15:22
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After lurking for a while, Iíve signed up to perhaps mildly add semi intellectual readable/enjoyable posts.

Certainly when flying back from Rhodes with EXS a few weeks back and all being boarded and awaiting ATC clearance and the subsequent delays that were involved - the captain was quite happy for
families and curious folk on board to come up
to the deck for a photo or two on the deck.

It was a nice touch, great customer service and sadly as much I didnít pluck up the courage to go
and have a looky look myself due to not having a little person in tow - I really wanted to!

Obviously once clearance was getting close and prior to the doors being closed and the bridge being pulled everything was locked up and we were on our wayÖ.opening the cockpit door for anything post 9/11 or even Eurowings I expect is simply a no no - I expect sadly.

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