21 JANUARY 2013

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COMMENT:  How to deal with the snow

This is our shortest ever COMMENT assisted by Finnair, probably the world’s most experienced airline when it comes to dealing with snow.

We suggest that the Airport Operators Association, a very active bunch, forward this COMMENT to any member who does not receive Business Travel News.  Whilst the short video has no sound it does prove that a little of the white stuff (or a lot in this case) should not disrupt proceedings.   The blog is interesting too.  Jeremy Clarkson eat your heart out.  A Boeing 737 in a three-bogie drift. See also AND FINALLY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yas5NdrmixU
http://blogsfinnair.inoob.fi/2012/01/19/finnish-snowhow

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