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New York to Paris flight diverts to Republic of Ireland to use toilets

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The flight was supposedly EC4 and the aircraft was F-HILU (www.bbc.com) Daha Fazlası...

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sparkie624
sparkie624 5
To a degree this is quite funny, but working with these things (UGH) it is a major issues. We have cancelled 2 hour because of inop toilets.
jkudlick
Jeremy Kudlick 3
BOS4 - the FlightAware track shows it diverting to EINN.

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/BOS4/history/20161226/0130Z/KEWR/LFPO
moose061970
PAUL PETERSON 3
I bet there Was A Few passengers that were more than upset with the Airlines
RECOR10
RECOR10 8
I would rather be delayed than have a shitty flight....(bah dum dum!)
joelwiley
joel wiley 8
<fake news alert> Pax deplaned singing 'skip to my loo' </fake news alert>
sparkie624
sparkie624 4
Now that is rather "Crappy" to say the least!
FrankHarvey
Frank Harvey 5
The formerly great BBC is beginning to seem like North Korea's KCNA - stories absolutely void of facts.
Bernie20910
Bernie20910 8
Journalism is actually dead. You didn't hear about it because there was no one left to write a coherent, factual obituary.
joelwiley
joel wiley 0
You might be right. This was published 18 years ago. I don't know if journalism covered it, I was out of town.
http://www.loriborgman.com/1998/03/15/the-death-of-common-sense/
scott8733
scott8733 3
Evidently the crew had a duty to acknowledge the pax' dooties.
forsythpond
John Ring 2
Wouldn't you think the BBC writer of this article could tell us the name of the airline?
DTBMF
Daniel Gless 2
Yup, hell of a story. Great journalism there, the writer will probably have a Fox News show soon.
davlauaa
david laughlin 1
Had this happen in about 1987 on the same type of aircraft, B767 en route DFW, ORY and thought we'd be ok locking the first class cabin toilet with the then Governor of TX.on board and all was ok until descent into Paris and the waste started seeping under the toilet door. Most embarrassing. A popped circuit breaker as it turned out.
paul8626
Paul Smith 1
Did they divert because of the customers s----- attitude?
sailsomsen
Hugh Somsen 1
Perhaps I missed the facts, but What Airline?
paul8626
Paul Smith 1
You did not miss any fact... the article didn't tell us much. Some of the people did the research that the BBC neglected to do and found that it was an OpenSkies 767. F-HILU.
paul8626
Paul Smith 1
You are flying to Paris. Is there anything special you are going to carry on?

Depends...
hank7716
Liam Henry -1
Ok, what was the airline? BBC to politically correct.
aidannorman
aidannorman 3
The airline was OpenSkies, it was a Boeing 767.
forsythpond
John Ring 2
Thanks. Never heard of them.
aidannorman
aidannorman 1
They're owned by British airways, they only fly between JFK/Newark and Paris Olay
bankakinmola
Bank Akinmola 0
Very considerate that the crew made decision to divert the aircraft to alleviate to could have become incredibly painful or even injurious. Which airline was this?
joelwiley
joel wiley 2
There is a link in the thread to the flight details.
gerardogodoy
gerardo godoy 0
Shit Flew!!!!

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