Are you one of those anti-smoking communists?
How about an electric piano in the upper deck of the new 747's Speaking of the good old days when smokers were sitting next to me on flights, the FAA started to ban them in 1990, and internationally for US planes in 2000, it makes me nervous since then to be on a flight that has ashtrays on the armrests screwed down. How old is that plane?Ugly Dougly wrote: ↑Sun Jan 10, 2021 10:29 pmAnd a smoking section if I recall correctly.Canoe wrote: ↑Sun Dec 08, 2019 3:51 amI'm so old I remember when I'd fly across the Atlantic, entering by climbing up stairs from the ground, sit in seats facing other passengers, with a table between us for reading or playing cards, in a plane that had four propellers. I'd spend hours in the cockpit.
And real food.
Certainly seeing a beer can opened with a "church key"; alas it was not my time to drink.
I actually have. It was at an airshow and a few of us got a flight around around town and back to the airport. Sometime around '74 to '76.