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Stephen Mack
United Airlines Exploring Viability Of Stacking Them Like Cordwood (The Onion) - http://www.theonion.com/article...
United Airlines Exploring Viability Of Stacking Them Like Cordwood (The Onion)
United Airlines Exploring Viability Of Stacking Them Like Cordwood (The Onion)
"Research shows that we lose millions of dollars each month by having them all sit upright in individual seats for the duration of the flight," said CEO Glenn F. Tilton, speaking to reporters at United Airlines' corporate headquarters. "However, if we were to remove these seats, we could just sort of stack them all in there, one by one, as they file into the plane." "If a 747's maximum takeoff weight is 875,000 pounds, then we should be packing that plane with 875,000 pounds," Tilton added. - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
"After much trial and error, we've found the most efficient way to stack them is to start with a base of large ones, then put down a layer of medium ones, then fill up all the holes with the smaller ones," operations manager Gary Brown said. "The really tiny ones are great for cramming up in the corners." - Stephen Mack
This sounds more like something American would do. - Ha3rvey (on hiatus)
The Onion really shouldn't be giving them ideas. - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
As long as they only stack hot chicks on top of me, I'm fine with it. - Hookuh Tinypants
They're probably only doing that in First Class. - Ha3rvey (on hiatus)
It'd almost be worth the extra cost. Better than those stupid hot towels. - Hookuh Tinypants