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  • wysiwyg
    Retard :)
    • Jan 2000
    • 3749

    Beauty therapy on board

    In response to another thread about getting more general photos on view, here's a photo I took the other day of the dedicated area where the In Flight Beauty Therapists (IFBT's) work on the A346. The A343 and B744 also have similar areas where they offer massage and manicures. As you can see the girls wear white versions of the uniform and we carry 1 IFBT on each flight.
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  • Dantheman77
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    • Jul 2004
    • 763

    #2
    didnt Virgin have to stop offering inflight massages on the tokyo-london route at one point,because Japenese businessmen got the "wrong" idea on what they are offering?
    If you dont play this game with a big heart and a big bag of knuckles in front of the net you dont got dinky doo.......(Mike Myers, Mystery Alaska)

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    • wysiwyg
      Retard :)
      • Jan 2000
      • 3749

      #3
      It didn't stop but a few ground rules had to be set.

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      • Dantheman77
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Jul 2004
        • 763

        #4
        so do flightdeck crew get offered a massage (without it sounding like a prostitution service or any other gutter level thoughts)
        If you dont play this game with a big heart and a big bag of knuckles in front of the net you dont got dinky doo.......(Mike Myers, Mystery Alaska)

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        • Whiskey Delta
          Vote for Pedro
          • May 2003
          • 2581

          #5
          Cute girl.

          I'm curious too if flight crew can take advantage of the service. That should would help on those long flights I'm sure.

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          • wysiwyg
            Retard :)
            • Jan 2000
            • 3749

            #6
            Some offer...but we've had this service for 15 years so it's not really a novelty any more.

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