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Scott Dyer [HPN/NY]
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SkyWest Apology
      #148597 - 03/26/07 11:17 AM

SkyWest took away restroom privs from a flight, and a guy did what a guy has
to do (after 2 big beers)......

http://www.sltrib.com/search/ci_5453315

He got an apology after the cops were called.

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Jim Tavenner
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Re: SkyWest Apology [Re: Scott Dyer [HPN/NY]]
      #148601 - 03/26/07 11:46 AM

It isn't uncommon to have a lav MEL'd for one reason or another. I usually tell my FAs that if a passenger says they really, really, have to go, let them go, because the alternative would be very unpleasant for all.
In this case, it was.

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Scott Dyer [HPN/NY]
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Re: SkyWest Apology [Re: Jim Tavenner]
      #148603 - 03/26/07 11:53 AM

Jim - Makes sense to me. Discretion is important, albeit at some risk to El
Capitan.

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Scott Dyer [HPN/NY]
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Re: SkyWest Apology [Re: Jim Tavenner]
      #148633 - 03/26/07 04:47 PM

Jim -- I saw this and thought of you. <G>

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh_shsRfXqk

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Ralph Jones
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Re: SkyWest Apology [Re: Jim Tavenner]
      #148637 - 03/26/07 06:19 PM

I can remember a couple of times when a passenger asked permission to go when the seatbelt sign was on for turbulence..they were basically told "We don't recommend it but it's up to you".

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