Hi Keith and co,
I am flying again in a couple of weeks, a short flight Amsterdam to Heathrow and trying to keep the positive proud feelings about my last flights in mind.
However today at the office we were informed that for our company trip (later in the year)we will be put on different aircrafts as per company policy?.? In case of a plane crash? I asked why that was the case since insurance was not higher for people who flew for a living as flying statistically is so safe and was told that this was company policy as the further statistics for surviving a plane cash were slim therefore to put a whole company on one aeroplane was not advised by the legal team
Am all wobbly now? What are they talking about? I don't want to go on this silly work trip, and am now definitely thrown for my flight in a few weeks too.
Any tips or facts here would be appreciated my friends,
Thank you!!

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I think this is a perfectly reasonable request. I wouldn't read anything into it at all.

It makes the company feel better ... leave them to misinterpret the reality and just go with it . Ridiculous tho' it is in my opinion.


Thank you Keith will try not to read into it too much!!!

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