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#935154 by shaneg17
11 May 2017, 14:59
We got there safe and sound

At the time of posting we saw lots of techies hanging around one of the engines on the left hand side (left as you look front on) and we genuinely believed it would be more serious

As it was we started boarding shortly after and it was fine after. Pilot said it was something to do with one of the fuel systems.

The plane has definitely seen better days. Despite being refurbed only a few years ago it's definitely got noticeable im old signs.

Premium Economy gets top marks. Exciting to see what UC is like in a few months.

Florida is beautiful. Very very hot

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