You had plans.
…and then you got stuck in Oakland. In Oslo. In Omaha, Nebraska.
Weather. Aircraft swap. Maintenance. Flow. Crew rest. Staffing insufficiencies. Reflowed. Repositioned. Everything
I sit around in my room for hours on end, drinking tea and listening to The Sleep Playlist on Spotify. I curl up with a book, the only interruption being the frequent whistles of a text messages from
I’ve started another project, because of course, I need one more thing to do (sarcasm). I’m beginning the process of becoming a pilot, which seems partly strange, as one of the statements
Crashpads are shared housing for airline crew (usually operated by private companies or private individuals, separate from the airline).
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