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Old Nov 16, 20, 12:03 pm
johan rebel
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Originally Posted by gopher99 View Post
Yes, just like the snacks being brought to you in a plastic bag and put on your seat. Makes perfect sense in these difficult times, it feels very strange because normally the crew like to interact with passengers for a short chat sometimes. Now the message is for people not to go to the galley and congregate, and also not to even queue for the toilet.
So if they can place snacks on your seat, why not a pillow?

Having to find an FA, ask for a pillow, and then having it brought and handed to you doesn't exactly strike me as a smart way of keeping interactions to a minimum.

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