Asian Airlines more tolerant letting pax to lavs during final approach?
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#1 Jul 7, 2013
When I fly I notice if anyone gets out of there seat on final approach to landing... It generally is an Asian passenger. Do the Asian Carriers tolerate this more so than North American or European Carriers.
I would not be surprised to learn that anyone lost in the Asiana 214 Crash in SFO were ejected through the lavatory floors when they failed from the resulting impact and runway spillage.
Tragedy all the same for those lost. just wondering.
#2 Jul 8, 2013
Ever flown in the Indian airlines?
How stupid people can be !
Mind you, I am an Indian blogging this
So, don't say it's racist comment.
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