When This Flight Gets Cancelled, Airport Staff Immediately Shut Off All The Lights

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  1. UA adding seat back screens verses turning off the lights. . HMMM . . .United. . .NEXT! Sticking with AA and DL.

  2. Typical Hawaii attitude. The second your obligation to work is done, lights out.

  3. I have no more information that what’s posted here, but I’d be willing to bet the lights are on a timer. It seems too much of a coincidence that they went off at exactly 1 a.m.

  4. Don’t worry. DHS assured us that the liquid ban was only “temporary.” In the same way that light and heat from the sun are temporary.

  5. “Typical Hawaii attitude. The second your obligation to work is done, lights out.”

    This is unfortunately not wrong. See also car rental locations on Maui, Kauai, and especially Oahu for other fine examples of the vaunted aloha spirit

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