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The great Star Airbus DO, Nov. 5th and 6th

The great Star Airbus DO, Nov. 5th and 6th

Old Jan 9, 09, 4:39 am
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Definitely interested, pick-up OSL
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Old Jan 9, 09, 4:54 am
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Amazingly cool. If it is within a resonable budget, I'm in!
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Old Jan 9, 09, 5:10 am
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Originally Posted by flysurfer View Post
Sounds like fun! Quite interested!
Pick-up would probably be in ARN.
TFM,
can you maybe activate some of your buddies over at the crewlounge? Tommy and I are extremely able bodied , but serving 90+ pax with the decent in-flight catering we organised on a 90-120 min CPH-TLS flight will be tough without expert help/advice/directions....
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Old Jan 9, 09, 5:50 am
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Hi all. This sounds as always great. I'm for sure in, would of course like pick up from Got ;-). But I am flexible and can as well depart any other Sk gateway.
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Old Jan 9, 09, 5:58 am
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Originally Posted by oliver2002 View Post
TFM,
can you maybe activate some of your buddies over at the crewlounge? Tommy and I are extremely able bodied , but serving 90+ pax with the decent in-flight catering we organised on a 90-120 min CPH-TLS flight will be tough without expert help/advice/directions....
If you need professional advice, you should start a thread over there. I'm sure they will be happy to help.

But if you need volunteer FAs to help you out on board, you would probably have to pay them for the trip as most of them claim to be rather poor. But I may be wrong.

Then again, I'm poor, too, so I could play FA, as well.
On second thought, that might spark a wave of cancellations.
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Old Jan 9, 09, 6:18 am
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Sounds like fun - I am in.... waiting on the tarmac in CPH.

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Old Jan 9, 09, 6:19 am
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Great plan!

Date is blocked in my schedule!

Thanks, Ralf
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Old Jan 9, 09, 6:53 am
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Sounds brilliant! Please put me on the list for the DO.
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Old Jan 9, 09, 6:59 am
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Originally Posted by flysurfer View Post
If you need professional advice, you should start a thread over there. I'm sure they will be happy to help.

But if you need volunteer FAs to help you out on board, you would probably have to pay them for the trip as most of them claim to be rather poor. But I may be wrong.
I know that is why I asked you. I'm sure Mumilein can offer me free advice and supervision?
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Old Jan 9, 09, 7:03 am
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Originally Posted by oliver2002 View Post
I'm sure Mumilein can offer me free advice and supervision?
Certainly. But she's no FA. Could be fun, though.
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Old Jan 9, 09, 7:47 am
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Definitely interested,
pick-up OSL or RYG (probably much lower airport fees than OSL)
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Old Jan 9, 09, 7:47 am
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Please, put me on the list. (pending price and/or date)

Found this offer for subscribers in the Swedish newspaper DN today (sorry Swedish only) a 6 day tour of southern France, including one day at the Airbus factory.

But the DO sounds more fun to me.

Pick me up at ARN please!
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Old Jan 9, 09, 8:02 am
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I'd love to be part of the DO, please put me in
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Old Jan 9, 09, 8:16 am
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I guess that we'll need to have pinkcity find us a place in Toulouse that can accommodate the size of the crowd we are likely to be.

Of course, I imagine that we can go back to the castle that chrissxb found for the big dinner at the Tour de France stop down there.
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Old Jan 9, 09, 8:19 am
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Originally Posted by monitor View Post
Of course, I imagine that we can go back to the castle that chrissxb found for the big dinner at the Tour de France stop down there.
I liked that castle very much, would love to revisit it for another dinner event.
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