Popular Post snoop1130 31125 Posted February 21 Popular Post Share Posted February 21 Thai Airways is promising to investigate after a passenger accused cabin crew of failing to clear food trays from passengers’ folding tray tables prior to landing. TikTok user “Praewa_panicha” posted a video clip last Friday, which has since gone viral, saying both she and her two flying companions had to hold down their food trays as the aircraft descended and landed. Praewa was on a Thai Airways flight from Singapore’s Changi Airport to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport when she filmed the clip, which shows 3 food trays on the folding tables of 3 seats. As the flight lands, a bottle of water falls from one tray. Praewa says that prior to landing, she used the call bell to get the attention of the cabin crew, but nobody came to collect the tray or instruct the passengers to stow their tray tables or check for other general safety procedures before landing. She says an announcement was made that the plane was descending and preparing to land and passengers were told to ensure their seat belts were fastened. However, the food trays remained on the 3 tables in front of Praewa and her friends. After the plane landed, Praewa says she had to leave her seat to ask cabin crew to remove the food trays. After posting her video on TikTok, the clip quickly gathered over 5,700 reactions and over 360 comments, according to a Nation Thailand report. In a statement posted on Facebook, Thai Airways says it has launched an investigation into the incident. “Thai Airways International would like to explain that the company has learned of the incident and did not ignore it. The incident may have happened because of several factors and the company is in the process of an urgent investigation to find the facts.” Full Story: https://phuket-go.com/phuket-news/national-news/thai-airways-investigates-cabin-crew-incident-tray-gate/ -- © Copyright Phuket GO 2023-02-21 - Cigna offers a range of visa-compliant plans that meet the minimum requirement of medical treatment, including COVID-19, up to THB 3m. For more information on all expat health insurance plans click here. The most versatile and flexible rental investment and holiday home solution in Thailand - click for more information. 1 18 Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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