When an airline pilot is on the phone with his girlfriend, a woman with an iPhone can help: A pilot
The airline industry is a notoriously messy place, and sometimes it can feel like a place where people are on the receiving end of a lot of criticism and blame for things they can’t control.
That can cause some passengers to feel even more alienated.
In February, a man in Alaska, who was on a flight from Seattle to Anchorage, said on Twitter that he was in a bad mood and felt like a “bitch” because he was on the ground and could hear “no one” talk to him.
The airline industry has long been a place that feels like a lot can go wrong when you’re on the other end of the phone line.
A pilot with two iPhones and a smartphone in the back seat of his seat.
I’m on a plane with two phones in the rear seat.
I can’t hear anyone talk to me.
— James D. (@jamesdwong) February 10, 2019 The guy said he was flying to Portland, Oregon, from Seattle.
He was headed to a training event and was flying in a Boeing 737-800 that had a 787-8 engine.
But he said he could hear nothing from the pilot about the engine’s condition or anything else.
“I can’t even hear him,” the pilot said in an interview.
When I try to get on the line with him, he says, “It’s the captain,” he said.
“It’s hard to get a good conversation with him,” another pilot told The Washington Times.
That’s a common experience for some pilots, who have to be careful to not cause a panic.
But a pilot told FlightGlobal that he had a phone call with a woman in Alaska who he said was “a beautiful woman,” who “was really nice” and who could “talk about whatever you wanted.”
The pilot said he called her back and was told, “You don’t need to call me, because you’re the pilot.
You have your phone on you.”
The pilot said the conversation turned to “everything about me” but then she said, “I’m sorry, I just got on the plane and I got the phone number of your girlfriend, you know, I don’t know what’s going on.
It’s just a weird situation.”
The plane landed at Anchorage International Airport in Alaska.