IF Cabin Crew Emergency Training

Non-German speaking members, please submit your topics here.
Feel free to reply to existing (German) threads in English language.

Moderator: Kilo Mike Sierra

Kilo Mike Sierra
Administrator
Administrator
Beiträge: 3968
Registriert: Do 20. Okt 2005, 18:36
Postcode: 1189
Wohnort: Deutschland
x 42
x 134
Kontaktdaten:

Re: IF Cabin Crew Emergency Training

Ungelesener Beitragvon Kilo Mike Sierra » Mo 7. Mär 2011, 13:24

Neil, don't worry too much about that. Over here, the rules are very similar.
This is why I do not mention my current employer in general or any detail of my job in particular.
Since this forum deals mainly with an era of the past, this should not affect us in any way or spoil the fun.
0 x
Thomas

Das Thema Künstliche Intelligenz (KI) ist jetzt überraschenderweise auch von der Politik aufgegriffen worden.
Glaubt man dort, damit den Mangel an menschlicher Intelligenz kompensieren zu können?

Flieger Bernd
Administrator
Administrator
Beiträge: 3505
Registriert: Mo 6. Jun 2005, 17:04
Postcode: 20095
Country: Germany
Wohnort: Himmel
x 4
Kontaktdaten:

Re: IF Cabin Crew Emergency Training

Ungelesener Beitragvon Flieger Bernd » Mo 7. Mär 2011, 20:03

It is sad, now we can not see the pictures.
Take it easy, the world keeps turning.
In 50 years You may show the secret pictures :lol:
0 x
Anfang sky
Endeground

interDDR-Australia
Benutzer
Benutzer
Beiträge: 42
Registriert: Mo 13. Dez 2010, 01:38
Postcode: 3442
Wohnort: Australia
Kontaktdaten:

Re: IF Cabin Crew Emergency Training

Ungelesener Beitragvon interDDR-Australia » Di 8. Mär 2011, 02:11

Thanks Guys!

What I should do is find a picture of me in my TAA/Australian Airlines (TN) uniform - we "merged" with Q***** in the early 1990's and since then they have all but denied the existence of TN. TN is not mentioned in any ****** displays and they have even stopped flying the DC-3 aircraft on charity flights because it is in TAA colours.

There is however an excellent TAA/Australian Airlines museum at the Airport West Training Centre in Melbourne run entirely by volunteers so we are not totally wiped from the pages of aviation!

By the way, TAA/Australian Airlines (TN) is not to be confused with the latter Australian Airlines (AO) which operated for a short time with Boeing 767-300's to Asia, this was an early attempt at a low cost full service carrier by Q, they just started a new company and resurrected the old name as it was a well respected airline.

Finally, the chances of me fitting into my old TN uniform are somewhere between "nil" and "you've got to be kidding!"
0 x

Flieger Bernd
Administrator
Administrator
Beiträge: 3505
Registriert: Mo 6. Jun 2005, 17:04
Postcode: 20095
Country: Germany
Wohnort: Himmel
x 4
Kontaktdaten:

Re: IF Cabin Crew Emergency Training

Ungelesener Beitragvon Flieger Bernd » Fr 11. Mär 2011, 20:19

yes Neil, it is real life :roll:
0 x
Anfang sky
Endeground

Sigrid Klein
ex-Interflieger (FB/VF)
ex-Interflieger (FB/VF)
Beiträge: 109
Registriert: Sa 11. Jul 2009, 13:25
Postcode: 16225
Country: Germany
x 43
x 1
Kontaktdaten:

Re: IF Cabin Crew Emergency Training

Ungelesener Beitragvon Sigrid Klein » Mi 16. Mär 2011, 11:34

Hi, Neil, slow down, that´s the way, it is!
But be sure, Trans Australia Airlines will never be forgotten, like Interflug.It is hard to believe, that they did so, because of the proud and successful time of TAA over decades ! I read a lot about that airline, and I know , that you started with Ansett Airlines . If we IF friends once upon a day come over,we´ll visit TAA and Ansett airlines museums!
It is funny, what you write about your TAA uniform, also we wonder, how slim we were!
Until next time, Sigrid
0 x


Zurück zu „INTERFLUG (English language section)“

Wer ist online?

Mitglieder in diesem Forum: 0 Mitglieder und 1 Gast