Airline Operates Long Haul International Flight For Just One Passenger

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  1. Wow! Hopefully as more people age 16+ get vaccinated they’ll be more comfortable applying for a job at TSA.

  2. Considering the staffing I’ve seen at TSA, it’s not always the “normal” lines that impacted; sometimes management decides the PreCheck lane isn’t busy enough to justify keeping open.

  3. I would like to know if the passenger on the Tel Aviv – Casablanca flight boarded front to back or back to front?

  4. Why would you work for the TSA if you can get round after round of federally backed unemployment insurance?

  5. According to original tweets this is a medical charter flight:

    The person who organized the flight to North Africa is Madassis Medical Flights, which brought an intensive care team and advanced medical equipment to the plane, which is overseen by Dr. Ami Mayo, Assuta Intensive Care Manager and the company’s medical director.

  6. I didn’t have the whole plane but one time I had the whole F cabin on a CX flight from HKG to NY to myself. Since I couldn’t see or hear the other passengers it felt like having the whole plane to myself. Was a cool experience.

  7. One of those absolutely-must-know facts: ANA first class lavatories are also the only ones I know with a bidet. A new meaning to the concept of arriving refreshed and clean. (OK, maybe TMI).

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