Ahoy readers, whoever you are! Here is a new feature of this erratically updated site: Adding to the hotel reviews I have already started to scrawl (and the destination guide and site and restaurant reviews that I often smack myself for not having got round to writing yet), here’s a new feature/thingy/random piece of content… airline and airport reviews!
Flight #: 3130
Route: YYZ-PHL, Toronto to Philadelphia
Three words to describe staff: Weathered, smiling, arthritic.
Seat spaciousness: Circulation to knees not cut off during flight, bonus!
Seat comfort: 4 out of 10. Lumpy! The seat back was like a badly assembled Zen pebble path. Lumpy is never a good word when used in relation to furnishings.
Edibles/drinkables: Two cups of tea consumed. My, those tiny wee cream capsules, once air pressured by a few tens of thousands of feet, really do blurt their contents an impressive distance! By the second one I’d learned to direct its frothy venom away from all items of clothing. By the third, I could have used it as a tiny dairy weapon.
Age ambience of craft: A big lumbering beast from the 1980s. It reminded me of the one that first brought me to the US in 1991. All that was missing was my Tiffany hair, penchant for faded denim dungarees and air of youthful amazement at the world.
Fellow passengers: Several furiously pushing hot dogs into their faces as they boarded as if they had to urgently cushion their intestines and esophagus against impending zero gravity.
Things I enjoyed: The chatty, friendly desk ladies at the gate. The eldest air crew lady’s permanently raised quizzical eyebrow.
Things I did not enjoy: Cream. With tea. Why, Air Wisconsin, why?
2 thoughts on “Airline review: Air Wisconsin”
Ough, cream with tea? On a plane? Crazy. I didn’t get offered something like this anytime before. Lucky me 😀
Not right at all! America + tea is not always the best combination!