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12th Apr 2019, 22:48
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Posted By corsaman

Departing Malpensa for Luton circa 1979, on a Dan...

Departing Malpensa for Luton circa 1979, on a Dan Air BAC 1-11 500, we were all weighed individually, much to my Mum's horror! Ski flight, packed to the gunwhales.
5th Apr 2019, 22:31
Replies: 2,455
Views: 1,652,319
Posted By corsaman

ref post #1971, precisely.

ref post #1971, precisely.
4th Apr 2019, 15:38
Replies: 2,455
Views: 1,652,319
Posted By corsaman

A Budgie down to Corfu is quite a thought😕

A Budgie down to Corfu is quite a thought😕
21st Jul 2018, 19:41
Replies: 2,199
Views: 790,275
Posted By corsaman

Not sure what happened in this case, but in my...

Not sure what happened in this case, but in my experience 99% of problems stem from illicit drinking of duty/tax frees.
28th Feb 2018, 12:37
Replies: 345
Views: 275,170
Posted By corsaman

No more, I promise😉

No more, I promise😉
28th Feb 2018, 11:54
Replies: 345
Views: 275,170
Posted By corsaman

Rog747, no idea how they did it. I was an FSM at...

Rog747, no idea how they did it. I was an FSM at BD and we did a year of working with the 170 pax layout, but the following season the extra 4 seats appeared. I believe there may have been seats...
25th Feb 2018, 21:03
Replies: 345
Views: 275,170
Posted By corsaman

No, BD definitely had the 174 configuration in...

No, BD definitely had the 174 configuration in its 734's in the early 90's - G-OBMM, MN and MO. Possibly also MK, though I think that was largely used on the scheduled services.
24th Feb 2018, 23:32
Replies: 345
Views: 275,170
Posted By corsaman

IIRC BMA upped G-BOPJ (later OBMN) and other 734...

IIRC BMA upped G-BOPJ (later OBMN) and other 734 charter aircraft in their fleet to 174 pax. The 156 seater scheduled configuration aircraft were used for charter too, and subbed frequently for the...
11th May 2012, 23:07
Replies: 3,290
Views: 882,887
Posted By corsaman

Could one of them possibly be BA Cityflyer - from...

Could one of them possibly be BA Cityflyer - from BHD into LHR and various leisure destinations? just a thought.
24th Mar 2011, 20:09
Replies: 1,709
Views: 257,564
Posted By corsaman

Prague and Gdansk are other routes easyJet used...

Prague and Gdansk are other routes easyJet used to operate ex-BFS.
20th Dec 2010, 16:15
Replies: 1,709
Views: 257,564
Posted By corsaman

I think it was the BA49, back then, again can't...

I think it was the BA49, back then, again can't be sure as my timetables are in the roofspace, and it's far too cold to get them at the minute!
20th Dec 2010, 12:01
Replies: 1,709
Views: 257,564
Posted By corsaman

777 towbar

Not sure Tigger, I'd just arrived home from my early shift when it all kicked off, and I was off for 4 days, by which time it had gone. Most widebody diversions we got back then seemed to park...
20th Dec 2010, 08:58
Replies: 1,709
Views: 257,564
Posted By corsaman

777 at BFS

If I recall correctly, on 11/09/01, a Seattle-bound BA 777 diverted to BFS and sat for several days. My then-BA colleagues handled it.
6th Jan 2010, 17:08
Replies: 23
Views: 4,935
Posted By corsaman

Here Here!! :)

Here Here!! :)
21st Jul 2009, 20:23
Replies: 12
Views: 1,358
Posted By corsaman

If I remember correctly, 85 seats c1990-1993, and...

If I remember correctly, 85 seats c1990-1993, and 80 thereafter, when the two-class cabin increased the handluggage and galley space required. A row of seats was removed and extra stowages...
14th Jan 2009, 12:24
Replies: 3,594
Views: 666,838
Posted By corsaman

Many of the people I talk to on flights seem to...

Many of the people I talk to on flights seem to have property down there, either of their own, or "in the family" - which accounts for the popularity of the flights.
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21st Dec 2008, 22:41
Replies: 6
Views: 1,793
Posted By corsaman

I have had 3 perforations of my left eardrum -...

I have had 3 perforations of my left eardrum - one on board a Monarch b720B inbound from Milan to Luton in 1981, which was excruciating (but what an aircraft!), a second flying as cabin crew in 1992...
Forum: Cabin Crew
25th Jun 2008, 17:50
Replies: 81
Views: 12,316
Posted By corsaman

Small base restructure

As I understood it from the e-mail, the company is seeking greater flexibility in the small bases, implying the 6-3 pattern could stay in the large bases. Correct me if I'm wrong, but it may just be...
23rd Jun 2008, 09:25
Replies: 4,648
Views: 665,783
Posted By corsaman

swipe cards

It's time we went back to the system they had at the Aldergrove staff car park circa 1990 - we swiped ourselves in with our pass! True, the barrier was temperamental, in fact on one occasion it came...
30th May 2008, 11:22
Replies: 1,207
Views: 262,750
Posted By corsaman

a pity

Sorry I never got to try them either. I was patiently waiting for a LAX service to start, which never happened. Just booked BA CW to SFO instead. Best of luck to everyone out in the jobmarket again. ...
14th Apr 2008, 21:40
Replies: 4
Views: 723
Posted By corsaman

pax Dak farewell Belfast

Just booked my seat for July 7th, ex Belfast City. Can't wait! Sadly they didn't offer speedy boarding, so I'll have to take pot luck.......:rolleyes:
10th Dec 2007, 21:22
Replies: 4,648
Views: 665,783
Posted By corsaman

apaddyinuk, come to think of it, quite a few do...

apaddyinuk, come to think of it, quite a few do indeed use them. I suppose it depends what each operator can squeeze out of the airport. STN used to give us a surprise jetway on quiet weekend...
10th Dec 2007, 07:46
Replies: 4,648
Views: 665,783
Posted By corsaman

BHDflyer

Low-costs don't use airbridges as a rule. EZY occasionally do at some airports, usually abroad, but it slows up the boarding as it is policy not to use the backsteps with an airbridge. Nothing to do...
Forum: Cabin Crew
10th Dec 2007, 07:41
Replies: 131
Views: 20,050
Posted By corsaman

Couldn't agree more about the timing of this...

Couldn't agree more about the timing of this announcement - last minute, in the hope we'll just panic and bid anyway. Everyone must e-mail their BCCM's asap and protest. 9 days between 01 apr and 30...
Forum: Cabin Crew
6th Dec 2007, 17:27
Replies: 131
Views: 20,050
Posted By corsaman

Way to go AA - I've never been happier! (ok, the...

Way to go AA - I've never been happier! (ok, the Airbus will, one day, be the icing on the cake.....):)
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