British Airways chief executive Willie Walsh was highly critical of the Met Office forecasting
May 18, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Congleton Guardian
The Met Office has defended its forecasting after claims that the ash cloud that caused flight chaos on Monday "did not exist". British Airways chief executive Willie Walsh was among airline bosses highly critical of the Met Office forecasting which led the Civil Aviation Authority to impose some no-fly zones on Monday.
And the earth is flat, isn't it Willie. People say it's round just so your planes have to fly further. I blame the map makers!
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