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Author Topic: FlyEurope announces new bar service on all Breguet 763 flights  (Read 237 times)

slickwillbo

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FlyEurope announced its renovation plans today for its Breguet 763 aircraft, known for their double-decker design.

“Starting today, the top level of all Breguet 763 aircraft will be renovated to contain a deluxe, spacious lounge including bar service and live piano music,” CEO slickwillbo stated. “We were inspired by Pacific Western’s introduction of Chesterfield cigarettes and wanted to do something similarly special for our patrons,” he continued. The airline believes the lounge will be especially popular on its routes to Mediterranean destinations such as the Spanish coast and the Greek islands. Customers took quickly to new design - “it’s spacious and filled with friendly faces and great service,” passenger Joy Rider told the Associated Press. “The pilots even came out of the cockpit for a bit and shared a cocktail or three with the passengers.”

However, the rollout of the Breguet with FlyEurope has not been without hitches. In one incident, a pilot mistakenly attempted to park the double-decker plane in a standard height hangar, leading to damage to the structure and the aircraft itself. CEO slickwillbo stated that an internal investigation had conclusively proven that the incident had nothing to do with libations served to pilots during the flight and refused to comment further on the matter.

As the Breguet 763 holds ninety-one passengers in its two-class configuration for FlyEurope, seat pitches were drastically reduced in the lower cabin to make room for the upper level bar. “Unfortunately, federal regulations require that all our passengers be seated for takeoff and landing. So we had to make some sacrifices to fit everyone in downstairs and make room for the lounge upstairs,” slickwillbo commented. “But we prefer to measure our seat pitches in millimeters, and by that metric we’re pretty darn competitive,” he added. “And given the nominal cover charge for entry to the upstairs lounge, we don’t think many passengers will left in the lower cabin during cruise.”

Access to the upper level lounge begins at $5 - depending on the length of the flight - and is complimentary with all business class fares.

« Last Edit: March 11, 2019, 10:51:12 PM by slickwillbo »

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Re: FlyEurope announces new bar service on all Breguet 763 flights
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2019, 08:03:10 AM »
Ahhhhh, the French whale. A strange aircraft. Unusable outside Europe, vulnerable on the continent. Good luck

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Re: FlyEurope announces new bar service on all Breguet 763 flights
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2019, 09:24:24 AM »
Ahhhhh, the French whale. A strange aircraft. Unusable outside Europe, vulnerable on the continent. Good luck
Better the French whale than the French bathtub..


slickwillbo

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Re: FlyEurope announces new bar service on all Breguet 763 flights
« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2019, 11:04:28 AM »
I would just like to say that the cargo carrying capacity of the French whale is greatly underrated. Particularly when passenger demand is down 40% due to simultaneous stock market crashes and bird flu outbreaks.

 

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