Non-stop Perth to London: what scared a journalist in economy class

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Re: Non-stop Perth to London: what scared a journalist in economy class

Post by Jimbob » Fri Mar 30, 2018 3:55 am

my daughter used to work at Heathrow airport for United. She would often be standing on the airbridge when the cabin door was first opened. A rush of warm air, filled with cooking odour, B.O., farts, perfume, etc would pour out of the cabin which would explain why ground crew are not always smiling on the airbridge. So a 17 hour flight collection of odours could be a bit ripe

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Re: Non-stop Perth to London: what scared a journalist in economy class

Post by Nereus » Fri Mar 30, 2018 11:13 am

my daughter used to work at Heathrow airport for United.
Of course, United have such a good reputation! :rasta:
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