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That Alaska Airlines flight attendant gave passengers something only few airlines would consider.
You smile as boring as your uniform and think you can get away with it every single night. Then there' the flight hostess from Alaska Airlines who thought he was going to do a little more. There is no Virgin America client who hasn't buzzed the melody at least once.
Now that Alaska has froze the virgin, a new movie will certainly be created, one with less momentum and less stile. So, this flight host - known as Mikey Tongko-Burry - thought he would give the passenger something they would never want to be forgotten. That' s something the carrier has done pretty well, at least in my experience with Virgin America.
When Silicon Valley VC Twittered Hunter Walk, who was on Tongko-Bury's flight: As many airlines would have such a pleasure? Alaska, on the other hand, was not unsure how touching the Tongko-Burry power was, the tweeting: Maybe that's the reason why David Neeleman, the JetBlue creator, is starting a fire -new carrier that, it is to be hoped, will keep some fun going.
The Alaska Airlines makes an evacuation stop after the powerplant has been put into neutral during the flight.
Alaska Airlines aircraft was compelled to make an evacuation in Honolulu, Hawaii, after a pilot had strangled one of the aircraft's power plants. It was Flight 145 that was flown from Seattle to Hawaii when an air intake lighting up an air intake system was activated. Flight crews emptied the jet propulsion system and explained an incident, but went on to Honolulu, where the flight was initially planned for landings.
"They had overheated one of the thrusters, so they had to remain a little inactive to try to let it coast, but that would require a faster land than normal. We wanted a fire department on standby when we got there, just in case.
That' s all he said, and then he got out quickly," said co-driver Carrie Mingle, KHON said. Airlines said in a statement: "The other thruster and all other on-board equipment are functioning normally." Initially the crash landings were supposed to take place in Maui, but since the aircraft was still safe, the driver went on to Honolulu.
"because they had just been told about something on the News. Mingle said to KHON, "So they were very anxious. Well, the airplane probably touched down at 10:00 on Friday nights.