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Jun 1st 2008 9:57PM I realize that DHS and UK Homeland Security are separate entities, but both agencies share many of the same policies and rules (3oz liquids etc) as well as collaborate on much of their security infrastructure.
Rather than confusing the lay reader with different heads of Homeland Security and agencies, I figured it best to refer to them both as the same for this argument; this is, after all, a blog and not an Op Ed.
Please try to refrain from name calling and think from a broad perspective.
Apr 17th 2008 2:17PM If any of you guys know Alicia, you can get her in touch with me and I'd be happy to post her comments.
Apr 3rd 2008 8:37PM Are you being facetious? I couldn't help it, every time I look at the picture I laugh.
Mar 24th 2008 9:39PM U-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A!
Nov 7th 2007 10:17PM I never state that the SL A340 lost its tip.
The BA flight flew out the next day; it was grounded overnight while they took off the wingtip.
As BA flew the 747 later, they must have thought it was ok, right? I'm not trying to quote them on that.
Either way, I think the article in the Daily Mail article is incorrect; if you do a google search you'll see a ton of discrepancies in reprints.
What I was trying to do was distill the article down to the following:
This BA747 is flying without a wingtip.
Apparently I failed at that.
Nov 6th 2007 11:45PM Yes, the photos I didn't post were of me going velociraptor all over the exhibit.
I'm not allowed back in the Storefront for A&A.
Oct 29th 2007 7:23PM You can use that free flight voucher as either a 200 or 250$ discount on an a regular ticket.
Check the t&c's or call a NWA agent and they will fill you in.
Oct 28th 2007 12:57PM That cabin pressure has to drop pretty far in order to equalize that at 30k feet. If you're at that pressure inside of the plane you have a lot more to worry about than oxygen masks falling from the ceiling.