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Old May 17, 11, 9:48 am   #1
 
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Smile Lufthansa FCT/FCL Duck [merged]

Hello everyone, on behalf of wifey, we would like to know if its possible to obtain those Lufthansa rubber ducks outside the FCTs.

Thanks
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Old May 17, 11, 9:52 am   #2
 
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Duckhunt for the LH duck? They are kinda elusive and like to swim in their natural habitat in the ponds of the FCT or FCL only....
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Old May 17, 11, 9:57 am   #3
 
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I kinda figured.. it's one of those special gifts for the F passengers.

I wonder if anyone is selling it...
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Old May 17, 11, 12:04 pm   #4
 
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Check ebay, especially ebay.de
Search for Ente = duck
Usually there are a few around
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Old May 17, 11, 4:38 pm   #5
 
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nice! easter bunny duck!!
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Old May 17, 11, 7:05 pm   #6
 
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Haha, now the duckhunt
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Old May 18, 11, 1:18 pm   #7
 
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can i get a courtesy quack?
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Old Sep 4, 11, 9:26 am   #8
 
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FCL Duckies?

I am sorry if this is answered over and over. I have been to both the FCL and FCT. I did borrow a duck from the FCT. I will be passing through FRA in a short while and want to know, can I find ducks at the FCL or do I have to walk over to the FCT in order to borrow another one? Also, is it possible to just ask for a duck or do I have to pretend I am taking a bath? I do recall taking a shower but didn't see that bathrooms at the FCL.I also borrowed the ETRO products. I hope they are still using those too, I am almost out!Thanks
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Old Sep 4, 11, 11:01 am   #9
 
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I did borrow a duck from the FCT...
you have to return the one you already have in order to get a new one!

they have ducks in all FCLs, just ask the attendant...
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Old Sep 4, 11, 11:18 am   #10
 
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you have to return the one you already have in order to get a new one!

they have ducks in all FCLs, just ask the attendant...
That's right. Stealing rubber duckies is a violoation of 88 section b in the Lufthansa terms of conditions. Rumours are that this will be taken into the German federal law and you will end up with 2 years in prison if you get caught.
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Old Sep 4, 11, 1:50 pm   #11
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Stealing rubber duckies is a violoation of 88 section b in the Lufthansa terms of conditions.
But the OP only borrowed one. I agree it should be returned, though.
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Old Sep 4, 11, 8:25 pm   #12
 
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But the OP only borrowed one. I agree it should be returned, though.
It should be returned! I myself will return the one I borrowed, I am just waiting until the next time I get an op-up to First
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Old Sep 5, 11, 2:41 am   #13
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I have about 8 that are held hostage in our bathroom and waterboarded 2-3 times a week by my kids. They shall not see a FCT/L again until LH credits me an evoucher for each.
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Old Sep 5, 11, 8:33 am   #14
 
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That's right. Stealing rubber duckies is a violoation of 88 section b in the Lufthansa terms of conditions. Rumours are that this will be taken into the German federal law and you will end up with 2 years in prison if you get caught.

In addition the M&M enhancers will fine him with 3 years mandatory travel on UA and a 6 year sentence making upgrade and mileage awards only redeemable on US.
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Old Sep 6, 11, 6:30 am   #15
 
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I have about 8 that are held hostage in our bathroom and waterboarded 2-3 times a week by my kids. They shall not see a FCT/L again until LH credits me an evoucher for each.
I have only one and it gets waterboarderd by myself quite often. I may still be punished by Lufthansa by prohibiting me taking out US Airways DM rewards.
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