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The 64 day flight #4526855
09/26/17 03:52 PM
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raaizin Offline OP
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I just saw this video, pretty amazing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TDk34hnSXc

Re: The 64 day flight [Re: raaizin] #4526869
09/26/17 04:24 PM
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Okay, I didn't know what to expect from that video, but I must say, I found it quite interesting. I can't imagine being stuck on a plane that small, having to do the same thing over and over for over two months... Talk about a long flight.

... not sure I'd call it the longest though.

The longest flight in the world is that one when you're on a plane that just left the international boiled egg and baked bean festival and you're seated next to a screaming baby the entire time.


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Re: The 64 day flight [Re: raaizin] #4526878
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128 ground to air refuelings ???

I am a tiny bit skeptical about them not landing and immediately taking off.

Re: The 64 day flight [Re: raaizin] #4526903
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How do they poop?



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Re: The 64 day flight [Re: LoneRanger] #4526904
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Originally Posted By: LoneRanger
How do they poop?


I'm going to guess either the pilot seat was a special edition with a horseshoe-shaped seat, or the plan had a rather conspicuous hole somewhere in the rear of the cabin.


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Re: The 64 day flight [Re: SirTanon] #4527511
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Originally Posted By: SirTanon
Originally Posted By: LoneRanger
How do they poop?


I'm going to guess either the pilot seat was a special edition with a horseshoe-shaped seat, or the plan had a rather conspicuous hole somewhere in the rear of the cabin.


After the seat STC was approved and it was TSO'd it became the first $5,000 toilet seat. It's also rumored that the designer had earlier worked on the Norden bombsight.


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