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tip your flight crew

2023-10-23 18:06:16.315319+02 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

I thought all of those people who stood up immediately when the airplane arrived at the gate and waited as far at the front of the plane as they could were being impatient. Turns out they're trying to protect the aircraft... Wild images show JetBlue plane tipping backward at JFK Airport gate after ‘shift in weight and balance ‘

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#Comment Re: tip your flight crew made: 2023-10-24 02:22:58.372508+02 by: markd

I like those people. I usually sit in a window seat. If the aisle row folks stands up, the middle seat can scoot over a bit, and then I can comfortably get my computer bag out off the floor.

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