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Old Aug 16, 10, 4:53 am
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B747-437B Great report
Certainly different when not from the passengers side of the fence. Your cell phone bill must be hiiiigh
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Old Aug 16, 10, 5:00 am
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What a great read...thank you.
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Old Aug 16, 10, 6:19 am
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This is the most incredible read i have ever had. I don't even have the attention span to read letters to the editor but i devoured this in one sitting; absolutely fantastically written. Thanks so much for sharing.
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Old Aug 16, 10, 10:45 am
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I think I said this last time you posted one of these: This is the best trip report I've ever read. So awesome to read behind the scenes.
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Old Aug 16, 10, 3:17 pm
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What a fascinating and riveting report. A wonderful insight into the lives of those not often thought about heros who step up to the plate during irreg ops.

I tip my hat to you sir

All the best with whichever direction your career takes you from here.
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Old Aug 16, 10, 4:12 pm
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You've no doubt made for many tired mornings. Flawless writing makes it a joy to read, and the content makes it impossible to put down. Appreciate the honesty and good humor through the toughest of circumstances. I'm always amazed at your ability to blend leadership, professionalism, camaraderie and care, and have the utmost respect and admiration for your work at GIA. It takes a special kind of person to do this, and this shines through every corner of this report.
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Old Aug 16, 10, 4:52 pm
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Brilliant. Simply brilliant.
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Old Aug 16, 10, 5:36 pm
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Well sean, it was worth waiting for. Great report,

To all of you reading this report, i have had the pleasure of being looked after by the writer on flights, and despite all the hassle, stress and general grief from many passengers, he still remains totally professional whilst making sure his CIP's get eveyr possible attention.
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Old Aug 16, 10, 9:21 pm
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Simply brilliant work B747-437B.

Good luck in whatever you choose next
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Old Aug 17, 10, 4:31 am
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This is simply the most brilliant trip-report you've ever written B747-437B IMHO.

Your gain (of freedom) is a real loss for Ghana International. All the best to you for your upcoming career and enjoy the upcoming time of being grounded.
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Old Aug 17, 10, 6:43 am
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Fantastic report. Sorry to hear of the personal toll it took on you - but I hope now you've had some time and space to recover, you'll be happy.

(Have you thought about writing a book?! )
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Old Aug 17, 10, 6:40 pm
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An enjoyable read B747-437B, in fact a classic for Trip Reports. It is an eye opener to see things from the perspective of the other side. I'm not sure how you deal with it all as it seems quite stressful.
Happy travels.
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Old Aug 17, 10, 8:10 pm
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Originally Posted by B747-437B View Post
I turned in my notice at the end of April and took on a purely advisory role. The following month, my former employers succumbed to the wrath of Eyjafjallajökull and suspended operations. I planned a vacation. As of today, I haven't set foot in an airport for almost 2 months. I'm happier than I've been in years. I'm advising a couple of planned start-up airlines in West Africa. One day, if they get off the ground, I might take on a similar role there.
I'm seriously behind in the news department. That's what I get for not reinstalling IM/MSN after my computer blew up. You? Not in an airport for 2 months? The sun truly is setting in the east.
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Old Aug 18, 10, 7:37 pm
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Fascinating stuff. Top notch narrative.
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Old Aug 18, 10, 7:50 pm
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This may well be the best thing I've ever read on these pages. I think you can easily find a commercial marketplace for your, undoubtedly, infinite and 100% true stories. Thank you, and I hope you are well.
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