New FAA requirement to fly 787 Dreamliner in future
Several new FAA requirements to fly the Dreamliner in the future.
1. All passengers boarding the plane have to show no signs of "smell". The FAA doesn't want Dreamliner passengers smelling burning electrical cable and battery meltdown.
2. All passengers boarding the plane must sign a waiver, clearly agreeing to not sue BA if the plane they are on should have a major fuel leak, catch fire, have an emergency landing or heaven forbid a crash landing. BA says its only protecting the rights of the company board and senior executives buy forcing passengers to sign off on a personal waiver. After all BA senior executives have lots to stock options and bonus payments that need to be protected should the Dreamliner fall apart.
3. All passengers will be required to bring two Duracell batteries on each flight they fly. Batteries will be used to flight attendants to make sure everyone can see their coffee and peanuts, should the flying Dreamliner lose power.
4. Lastly, should any passenger ask for a full refund due to lack of safety when flying the Dreamliner, that passenger will be referred to the Boeing Public Relations Department, for further delay, stalling and unfortunatly no ticket refund due to BA growing pension program which can now only be paid out if company borrows billions from Uncle Sam.