Thursday, March 30, 2006

A little airline humor . . . .

I was reminded of this old joke today. Don't ask how or why - I'm afraid it might reflect on the condition of my synapses and neurons . . . .

A veteran British Airways captain had just flown into Hamburg airport after its major overhaul in the 1970's. The new taxiway arrangements were a bit unfamiliar to him, as he carefully navigated his way to the terminal.
An officious, impatient traffic controller upbraided him over the radio: "I thought all British Airways pilots were expert on the world's airports."
"I'm sorry," the captain calmly replied. "It's just that the last time I was here was at night, in 1943."


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