Captain Jack says to be very careful what keys you push as some can pop open the plane’s cargo bay doors while in flight.
Organ, NM – As former test pilots for NASA, a few of our FMO staff members got to personally witness the unveiling of the latest Boeing 797 airplane.
While having every modern convenience known to man, some might say that the new Boeing 797 plane’s cockpit resembles a large organ.
“But don’t be fooled!” says Captain Jack Perkins.
“Literally every aspect of the new Boeing 797 airplane can be control with the press of a key, or in some cases, a special secret combination of keys.”
As a safeguard against hijackers, the normal flying of the plane is controlled by what type of music Captain Jack plays. If flying through some bumpy weather, Captain Jack plays a lively polka. While flying in calmer skies, the Tennessee Waltz might be more apropos.
Bad Dream Liner
Except for a few minor glitches, the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner could be the most ultra-modern and problem-free passenger airplane ever assembled by union hands.
The limited list of petty problems that have popped up so far includes:
- electrical problems due to faulty wiring
- oil leaks from the engines
- parts breaking off in the engines
- faulty fuel lines causing in-flight fuel leaks
- exploding batteries
- brake problems
- cracking cockpit windows
- occasional appearance of “smoke” in the cockpit
Other than those trifles, the new Dreamliner is pretty much a problem-free dream machine.
Unfortunately, some naysayers are contending that “bad dream” is a bit closer to the actual truth.
But Boeing is quite confident that any and all of these so-called “snags” will quickly be put to rest so that passengers can rest easy on this new dream plane which has aptly been called the Dreamliner.