Air Travel - I'd Rather Go By Car

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"The man was sweating heavily and appeared to be struggling to breathe - but his partner told the crew he was safe to fly and tired after running to catch the flight, reports claim."

Fitness tests for flying.
 
But maggots can be used to clean open and infected wounds.
 

“The defendant armed himself with pens wrapped in rubber bands,”
“The defendant felt the Mafia had been chasing him the last few months,”
“During the interview, the defendant admitted to the FBI agents that he was trying to stab C.R. in the eye to reach C.R.’s brain to kill him,”

And clearly the guy travelling with his wife and 7 year old son is the Mafia soldier that was going to eliminate him - with his own airport security friendly weapons.
 

"Junior doctor, Hassan Khan, delivered a healthy baby girl after a fellow passenger went into labour while on a flight from Jordan to London over the weekend."

Does she count as British subject being born in mid air or Jordanian because of her place of origin?

"The Wizz Air plane was forced to divert to southern Italy halfway through the flight so that the mother and baby were attended to"

..Or Italian citizenship..
 

"Junior doctor, Hassan Khan, delivered a healthy baby girl after a fellow passenger went into labour while on a flight from Jordan to London over the weekend."

Does she count as British subject being born in mid air or Jordanian because of her place of origin?

"The Wizz Air plane was forced to divert to southern Italy halfway through the flight so that the mother and baby were attended to"

..Or Italian citizenship..
The nationality of the parents determines nationality unless the child would be stateless then the country registry of the plane determines it. No UK or EU dreams
 
Dear Urban Diplomat,
I fly often for work, and lately I’ve noticed more and more people wearing sweatsuits on planes. On a recent flight home from LA, I spotted one that looked like an outfit you’d expect to see in the pyjama section—or a prison yard. I was raised to believe that dressing well is a way to show respect for others, so I wear a collared shirt and jacket on flights. I don’t expect everyone to dress so smartly, but don’t we need standards?
—Formal Complaint, Windfields

Are the planes you take flying back to the 1960s? Because it’s been ages since an aircraft aisle resembled a catwalk. There’s now only one rule in the aviation dress code: wear whatever helps you eke out a scintilla of comfort in your ever-shrinking space. Good on you for dressing to impress—but know that nobody is taking notice. All most of us want while airborne is to pull our hoodies over our heads and pretend the rest of the world doesn’t exist. Sorry, but the sweatsuits are here to stay.
 
Dear Urban Diplomat,
I fly often for work, and lately I’ve noticed more and more people wearing sweatsuits on planes. On a recent flight home from LA, I spotted one that looked like an outfit you’d expect to see in the pyjama section—or a prison yard. I was raised to believe that dressing well is a way to show respect for others, so I wear a collared shirt and jacket on flights. I don’t expect everyone to dress so smartly, but don’t we need standards?
—Formal Complaint, Windfields

Are the planes you take flying back to the 1960s? Because it’s been ages since an aircraft aisle resembled a catwalk. There’s now only one rule in the aviation dress code: wear whatever helps you eke out a scintilla of comfort in your ever-shrinking space. Good on you for dressing to impress—but know that nobody is taking notice. All most of us want while airborne is to pull our hoodies over our heads and pretend the rest of the world doesn’t exist. Sorry, but the sweatsuits are here to stay.
Count yourself lucky mate - here in OZ you're likely to get a sweaty crudely tattooed yobbo in a grubby wifebeater T , baggy shorts and barefeet in thongs.
 

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