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Originally posted by warrenb
maybe theres a shortage of that blue toilet liquid so to cut costs they make up a story that the toilets are having an issue?
very odd that multiple flights pulled the same stunt. Money saving thing or something else?
Originally posted by uk today
now you flush things down loos---obviously !
But if an airline toilet becomes blocked for some reason, it can start a fire aboard the plane.
So I wonder if intelligence has picked up on any sort of plan relating to this ??
Bet you did'nt know as well, that the oxygen masks in the cockpit are different to the passengers oxygen...
Really? Do you have any reports of fires starting on commercial aircraft due to a plugged toilet?
Originally posted by abecedarian
Any knowledge regarding which type of plane(s) were affected? For instance were they Canadair RJ's or 737's or A320's?
I only ask because the smaller planes only have one lavy but even a 737 has two in the rear and one in the front if I'm not mistaken, with some even having a 4th near middle.
it would be odd to have a larger jet with all lavatories malfunctioning.
Originally posted by SpacePunk
Well, all conspiracy theories aside. Most likely it was just to save the airline money. If the lav is unused, it does not need servicing, and there's no cost. Servicing lavs cost them money.
Ta-DA! Economics at work.