Serve the inter-island beer first.

Old Sep 10, 19, 8:29 am
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Serve the inter-island beer first.

As, usual, FA asked for F drink orders prior to departure last night. Ordered a Pau Hana pilsner last night HNL-OGG. Didn't get it until Kaunakakai was directly off left side of plane. When Lahainaluna came into view, was only 1/3 thru it, so started chugging. HA should pass out beers first, then address the drinks that come in small cups. Just an ongoing peeve from a beer drinker whose chugging days would be preferably in the past...
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Old Sep 26, 19, 2:10 am
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Brah...I don't even try to order a beer on that flight. Way too fast for my slow drinking game. Haha. Props to you for giving it the old college try though.
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Old Sep 26, 19, 5:53 am
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Too bad for you that the Southwest pilot (I'll call him Captain Magellan) I had for my HNL-OGG flight a few days ago wasn't in the left seat of your flight; I got to experience my first missed approach on an inter-island flight in 40+ years of flying. The extra 10 minutes of our scenic, low level flyby of Makawao, Pukalani, and Kula could have allowed you to properly enjoy that bad boy.


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Old Sep 26, 19, 12:00 pm
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OGG is more of a shot flight. You need ITO to properly enjoy a beer.
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