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Sep 7th 2009 5:02PM Hey Kent! Thanks for answering my question about the wing inspection lights. That was a pretty quick response too. My MD-80 flight was on your airline by the way. You were definitely right about the cabin being very quiet during cruise. Even though I was in row 25 it was a smooth and quiet ride except for the two blabber mouths sitting directly behind me cackling like little kids at a playground. Oh that grinds my gears!
Feb 7th 2009 2:16AM Heather,
I'm from LA and now I'm wondering where this geatest little Mexican restaurant is. Are you allowed to tell us the name and where it is? I can tell you where to get the best grilled chicken in LA for about $5. Just make sure that if you go there you go while the sun is still out.
Dec 4th 2008 11:02PM Michelle,
Here's the website of someone who did the "Pilot For A Day" program at United.
Dec 4th 2008 10:54PM I've heard United Airlines actually rents out their simulators for a hefty fee. They have a program that's kind of like " be a United pilot for a day." I think you get some ground school and then they let you fly the simulator. I've heard of regular people getting that as a birthday present. I've read about it in Aviation mags I think. It would be cool to do that but even better would be to be an actual airline pilot. Are you working on becoming an airline pilot Michelle?