What's also interesting to read at the above link is the story entitled "Bangkok: How Qantas risked safety to save money". Mind you the Qantas biggots on this forum would still argue that Qantas is the safest airline in the world and without a major crash.odoherty said:
I remember the name as well. He posted another question on upgrade eligibility a couple of months after his spectacular debut on AFF but has been quiet since then.Lindsay Wilson said:Well you have the correct memory of this person, tuapekastar. But I won't name them on the thread, to save them embarrassment (plus, I'm a gentleman). They don't post any more here (but probably lurks).
The poster did subsequently edit his posts and remove what he had posted, so there is only a little bit of evidence left of what he posted. Which is a good thing given his attitude.JohnK said:Interesting :!:
There is something juicy to be revealed here but the natives have closed ranks. :
I will have to check through all members to find gossip. Serves me right for not paying attention in the first place.
Ah.. the old edit the post trick. I hate it when people do that. :xoz_mark said:The poster did subsequently edit his posts and remove what he had posted, so there is only a little bit of evidence left of what he posted. Which is a good thing given his attitude.
Everybody made it sound very juicy. :? No point in going back over old posts trying to find the "edited" not so juicy gossip then.Dave Noble said:If it's the same as FT, then it isn't that juicy