Today in "The annals of airport customer service"

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Today in "The annals of airport customer service"

Postby elaw » Fri Oct 27, 2023 12:38 pm

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Do they have contingency measures to avoid people flying to the wrong Georgia?

Postby Not_Karl » Fri Oct 27, 2023 1:31 pm

If one day I have to travel to Austria and/or Australia, I'll try to end up in Asturias instead just to be original 8-)
I follow a vitange-computerie uch00ber who is an Austrian living in Australia. I assume he lives in eternal confusion.
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Re: Do they have contingency measures to avoid people flying to the wrong Georgia?

Postby Gabriel » Fri Oct 27, 2023 5:12 pm

If one day I have to travel to Austria and/or Australia, I'll try to end up in Asturias instead just to be original 8-)
I follow a vitange-computerie uch00ber who is an Austrian living in Australia. I assume he lives in eternal confusion.
In any case, make sure you fly Austral

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Re: Today in "The annals of airport customer service"

Postby Gabriel » Fri Oct 27, 2023 5:28 pm

Be careful if you take a flight to Santa Fe.

There are 135 places called Santa Fe in the world.
There are 24 places named Santa Fe in Mexico.
There are 17 places named Santa Fe in Colombia.
There are 14 places named Santa Fe in Philippines.
There are 14 places named Santa Fe in Brazil.
There are 11 places named Santa Fe in Venezuela.
There are 9 places named Santa Fe in the US.
There are 8 places named Santa Fe in Honduras.
There are 7 places named Santa Fe in Nicaragua.
There are 6 places named Santa Fe in Panama.
There are 5 places named Santa Fe in Cuba.
There are 5 places named Santa Fe in Bolivia.
There are 4 places named Santa Fe in Peru.
There are 2 places named Santa Fe in Spain.
There are 2 places named Santa Fe in Ecuador.
There are 2 places named Santa Fe in Chile.
There is 1 place named Santa Fe in El Salvador.
There is 1 place named Santa Fe in Mozambique.
There is 1 place named Santa Fe in Guyana.
There is 1 place named Santa Fe in Guatemala.
There is 1 place named Santa Fe in Argentina.

(San Jose is trice as bad, it holds the world record of the least original city name with 300+ cities named San Jose)

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Re: Today in "The annals of airport customer service"

Postby Not_Karl » Fri Oct 27, 2023 7:43 pm

(San Jose is trice as bad, it holds the world record of the least original city name with 300+ cities named San Jose)
What about Skegness?
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Re: Today in "The annals of airport customer service"

Postby Gabriel » Fri Oct 27, 2023 10:33 pm

(San Jose is trice as bad, it holds the world record of the least original city name with 300+ cities named San Jose)
What about Skegness?
Only one and that's already one too many.


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