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Better way to board your flight

Better way to board your flight

(2:35) The way we board aeroplanes make no sense. Tests show there are more efficient, time-saving systems of boarding, and since time is money, why don't all airlines employ these faster systems? youtube.com/user/voxdotcom

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Guest: Flyer (1183 days ago)
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The holdup always seems to be the people stowing they carry-on lugage whislt standing in the aisle. Get everyone in their seat then allow the overheads to be opened....

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The holdup always seems to be the people stowing they carry-on lugage whislt standing in the aisle. Get everyone in their seat then allow the overheads to be opened....

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Guest: (1184 days ago)

what's the best way to board a plane in case the BLOODY PLANE BLOODY CRASHES INTO A BLOODY OCEAN OR A BLOODY MOUNTAIN IN BLOODY FRANCE!?!?

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what's the best way to board a plane in case the BLOODY PLANE BLOODY CRASHES INTO A BLOODY OCEAN OR A BLOODY MOUNTAIN IN BLOODY FRANCE!?!?

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