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Feb 29th 2012 1:43PM Nope. I have other plans this year - I've got a baby due on St. Patrick's Day!
Feb 28th 2012 8:28AM Gabrielle - You beat me to mentioning Savannah. It was the first place I thought of when I saw the headline.
Feb 27th 2012 11:20AM Here is my favorite little known fact about Brazil: It is illegal to make a pregnant woman wait in line for anything. That includes dinner reservations at the hottest table in town and long lines at the equivalent of the DMV. Seems like the perfect place for a babymoon.
Jan 11th 2012 1:08PM Heather, that's awesome. The funniest thing is that the time I was thinking of may have involved my first officer and a hooker! So gross, and such a long night. What's with these pilots?
Jan 11th 2012 12:41PM I wish this were posted at check-in! When I was a flight attendant, I had to ask people in the hall to quiet down, and just like with you, they said it was 7 a.m. (or whatever) and that I should be up already. Yeah, not when you fly in at 4 a.m. and have to head out again at 2 p.m. Aaaaaaaah. No one ever thinks of day sleepers. And those damn alarms. What about really, really loud bed thumping, screaming etc.? I'm suddenly very happy I'm not flying right now! Thanks.
Mar 9th 2011 4:30PM Too bad bikini girl's enormous metal earrings didn't set off the metal detector.
Mar 4th 2011 3:55PM I have been to France at least a dozen times, and my passport has never been stamped. I have even asked and been told no! When I filled my last passport, it was mostly with stamps I got upon arrival back in the U.S. Talk about no fun.
Dec 1st 2010 1:57PM There is something huge missing from this story. It makes absolutely no sense as written. A cockpit door opening in and of itself would not pose any kind of problem. If they're suggesting a rapid decompression, the door could be an effect not a cause. What kind of warning light are they talking about? On the cockpit door? There's no such thing. Do they mean an aircraft door opened midflight.