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(Japan Today)   Japanese airlines to breathalyze all flight attendants, engineers, and flight ops managers under tightened preflight anti-alcohol regulations. Fly the slightly more sober skies   (japantoday.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, All Nippon Airways, Narita International Airport, Kansai International Airport, Chūbu Centrair International Airport, Japanese transport ministry, flight attendants, Tokyo International Airport, Osaka International Airport  
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202 clicks; posted to Business » on 11 Apr 2019 at 7:05 AM (14 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2019-04-11 08:02:16 AM  
but Drunk Japanese Stewardesses are my fetish.

/and the name of my J-Pop band
 
2019-04-11 09:07:47 AM  
Goddammit.  Well, there goes another of my backup career plans.  :(
 
2019-04-11 09:36:55 AM  
Fly sober? No one wants to do that.
 
2019-04-11 01:04:23 PM  
I guess this is a good marketing technique:  "Come fly Japan Airlines, now with breathalyzers!"
 
2019-04-11 01:14:55 PM  
...This isn't already a standard practice?

Reason #8675309 why I don't fly....
 
2019-04-11 01:55:08 PM  
Okay, so they're testing the 'stews, engineers, and dispatchers. That's nice, but what aboot the pilots?
 
2019-04-11 03:17:43 PM  

Stone Meadow: Okay, so they're testing the 'stews, engineers, and dispatchers. That's nice, but what aboot the pilots?


They're immaterial. They are testing the computer software that actually flies the plane though.
 
2019-04-12 01:00:31 AM  

Stone Meadow: Okay, so they're testing the 'stews, engineers, and dispatchers. That's nice, but what aboot the pilots?


And the mechanics.
 
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