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Delta's new method of avoiding cabin crew fights

Old 3rd Feb 2016, 03:23
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Delta's new method of avoiding cabin crew fights

Put a dog in charge of separating fighting cabin crew! Well, what other explanation could there be for such a large dog being there?

In flight entertainment? Dog sits perfectly in plane seat

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Old 3rd Feb 2016, 11:15
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But would he be able to open the door in an emergency?
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Old 3rd Feb 2016, 11:58
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That is part of the in-flight entertainment......flying is not that boring anymore, thanks to the cabin crews.
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Old 3rd Feb 2016, 12:24
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It was probably an "emotional support animal." They even allow turkeys on board!

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Old 3rd Feb 2016, 13:33
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Bloody nuisance; crapped all over the place
During T/O or landing?
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Old 3rd Feb 2016, 13:49
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That's not cabin crew, that's deadheading flight crew.

You know - the dog that's supposed to bite the pilot if he touches any of the controls?
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Originally Posted by MichaelKPIT View Post
It was probably an "emotional support animal." They even allow turkeys on board!

"'Scuse me lady, I asked for my meal to be medium-well.
Does it look medium-well to you? And where's the gravy?"
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Old 3rd Feb 2016, 19:57
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Originally Posted by Bull at a Gate View Post
Put a dog in charge of separating fighting cabin crew! Well, what other explanation could there be for such a large dog being there?

In flight entertainment? Dog sits perfectly in plane seat
God job its not Korean Air then as otherwise take off with 205, land with 201.
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Old 3rd Feb 2016, 20:11
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Wink Trained dog?

I've carried large dogs, that were seeing eye for their masters. Ride in the cabin, but I only saw them laying on the floor at their master's feet. Can not really tell from the picture what kind of harness, if any, is around the dogs body.
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Old 4th Feb 2016, 00:47
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Hey, the turkey's just heading 'home' to visit 'family' on Thanksgiving...Has to be the explanation for the Comfort Plus seats.
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I guess the turkey policy explains why the airlines are willing to sell me tickets.
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