1.- Passengers who call relatives at their destination and say, "It is not snowing at my aunts house in DC...why can't my plane go?"
(if your aunts house has a 15,000" X 200" driveway can we land at her house? Oh and we'll need to borrow a ladder.)
1. Supported units that have a 2000 pound pallet loaded with their gear, and no forklift to get the pallet into the back of the helicopter and then have the nerve to ask, "Well, what are the pilots doing while they're on the ground? It's not like they couldn't get out and help lift the cargo." Let me see, we are making sure that the helicopter is safe and stable on the ground- just a minor detail in aviation.
2. No freakin' beer for another 85 days.
3. No freakin' beer for another 85 days.
I'll drink one for you right now. Merry Christmas....if pilots could lift a ton without the use of jet engines or hydraulic
systems they should definitely help otherwise they should stick to lifting with heavy machinery or jet engines....