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Travel / Traveling To Nigeria From UK Using An ETC (emergency Travel Certificate) by Naija9ja: 3:56am
Hi All - Urgent information needed. I am a dual citizenship holder (Nigeria and UK). I applied to renew my Nigerian passport at the Nigeria High Commission in London and was told that there are no passport booklets available for now (thats another story) however I was was advised that since i already had a trip to Nigeria booked, I could apply for a free ETC (Emergency Travel Certificate) to travel to Nigeria and return on my British passport. Yesterday, I read a FB post where someone in a similar situation said that when he was coming back to UK he was forced to pay $164 before being allowed to board the plane. He said they would not stamp his British passport so he was forced to get a "visa". Has anyone had experience traveling to Nigeria on an ETC (because of Nigerian passport booklet shortage in London) and returned to the UK on their British passport? Has anyone even been in a similar situation or can validate if this is accurate, was the $164 "legit"? Any adviseor insight appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Travel / Re: World's Longest Non-Stop Flights by CFCman: 9:00am On Sep 24
Dapricha:


Can you please explain why some return flights are shorter than the originating flights? Heard something like moving with the wind and going in the West-East direction or so, i'm not really sure. Thanks
It's due to the rotation of the Earth from West to East. So, a plane traveling in an easterly direction is "flying with" the Earth, and take a shorter time to get to their destination; while the greater headwinds encountered by planes flying east to west is responsible for those flights taking a little longer.
Travel / Re: Has Anyone Flown With Medview Airlines? by Lexusgs430: 9:19pm On Sep 23
otokx:
Thanks for the update, was the plane old looking as in the chairs? What about the toilet facilities? Was the captain a Nigerian or foreigner?

Did not see enough of the plane (exterior), to know if it was looking old.
The seats looked old, but not tired
The pilot was definitely a Nigerian (but had foreign co-pilots)
Never had an reason to use the toilets (my bladder and bowels can easily sustain a 6 hour flight).
Travel / Re: Has Anyone Flown With Medview Airlines? by otokx(m): 8:15pm On Sep 23
Thanks for the update, was the plane old looking as in the chairs? What about the toilet facilities? Was the captain a Nigerian or foreigner?
Travel / Re: Has Anyone Flown With Medview Airlines? by Lexusgs430: 6:36pm On Sep 23
otokx:
any updates??

Medview Review 14/09/16


Checking at gatwick and boarding was done without any hassle
No entertainment (my screen was cracked and all inflight entertainment screens were all turned off (what use is a non-cracked screen, if all the screens were permanently turned off)?
3 male trolley dollies in economy class
2 female trolley dollies in 1st class
Served poundo yam + Egusi soup, Jollof rice and fried rice
The flight was incident free, luggages arrived and departed airport
plane was a B767 -300ER
Array of drinks available onboard - Usual juice + Alcohol




Medview Review 21/09/2016

Departure - plane was meant to originally depart @ 1130 hrs. Medview had already sent a text message through, a week before departure that the departure time was now rescheduled for 1330 hrs (phone call and sms communication)
Inflight entertainment - available (but you would have to ask the trolley dollies for earphones(they kept them in their pockets)
15 channels available,only 5 had films) . You also do not have a say in what you want to watch, and how you want to watch……….(My advice, take your entertainment with you)
Trolley dollies in economy class, was an all lady affair (Beautiful ladies feed and watered our whistles)
Array of drinks available onboard - Usual juice + Alcohol
Also ensure your devices are fully topped up (No usb charging ports)
plane was B767 - 300ER
Meals on offer - Jollof rice (had 5 pieces of beef) &tasted like party rice, fried rice, poundo yam, amala and spaghetti


NB : Medview picks you up and Delivers you safely. That’s the essence of travelling. Not forgetting the difference in price, when compared to other carriers.
You also fly direct (non stop)
Feel free to ask any questions, incase I missed anything out.................
Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by Olisa4all: 6:58am On Sep 23
okikiosibodu:

5a-Thank you sir. I really appreciate your response. For the question about all engines shutting down, I meant it happening when the airplane is airborne. Can the engines be brought back online and the plane pick up when that happens in the air, abi na segobe for its occupants?

5b-Growing up as a child, I made some enquiries and found out that the temperature in the upper atmosphere could drop below freezing point, and liquids solidify. So a way to going about the prevention of the airplane's fuel from coagulation, is using a very thin liquid (like kerosene) as fuel: it will require very low temperature (below 0 degrees) to freeze. And some impurities are also added to further reduce the freezing temperatures. I'm just curious abt the constituent of the impurities. I will read up on how engine designs and other mechanisms helps out. Do you know the constituents/composition of the impurities?
5c- Do Helicopters and Airplanes use same kind of fuel?
5d- what is the fuel called sir? (I am actually longing to get hold of it, to know its colour and smell) grin

Sorry I am turning to Oliver Twist sir

lol, oliver twist
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aviation_fuel


Boeing777pilot:

Skipper, see the way you just pass the baton sharply. Dia is God oh. embarassed

What are batons for if not for passing? lol

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Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by okikiosibodu(m): 6:33pm On Sep 22
Boeing777pilot:


2. Yes it's true.

3. Yes, the engines can go at full power without taxiing but no sane pilot does that

4A. Yes it has a very similar chemical formula with kerosene but some things are added to prevent sharp guys from selling it as kerosene


4B. Dunno oh


4C. Engine and fuel tank design and other minor mechanisms prevent that from happening.
5a-Thank you sir. I really appreciate your response. For the question about all engines shutting down, I meant it happening when the airplane is airborne. Can the engines be brought back online and the plane pick up when that happens in the air, abi na segobe for its occupants?

5b-Growing up as a child, I made some enquiries and found out that the temperature in the upper atmosphere could drop below freezing point, and liquids solidify. So a way to going about the prevention of the airplane's fuel from coagulation, is using a very thin liquid (like kerosene) as fuel: it will require very low temperature (below 0 degrees) to freeze. And some impurities are also added to further reduce the freezing temperatures. I'm just curious abt the constituent of the impurities. I will read up on how engine designs and other mechanisms helps out. Do you know the constituents/composition of the impurities?
5c- Do Helicopters and Airplanes use same kind of fuel?
5d- what is the fuel called sir? (I am actually longing to get hold of it, to know its colour and smell) grin

Sorry I am turning to Oliver Twist sir
Travel / 4 Reasons Why The Nigerian Passport No Longer Commands Respect - Chimmysblog by samuelchimmy(m): 5:19pm On Sep 22
It is so sad that many desperate Nigerians are spoiling the name of our beloved country in their various host countries,thereby putting the innocent ones at risk of being unnecessarily harassed and checkmated.

Many innocent Nigerians have had to put up with unforetold embarrassments and abuse at places, such as embassies, airport, immigration etc. In some countries you have to be given an extra check once you are a Nigerian, then if you are unlucky you did be detained almost unlawfully without tangible reasons. There was this case no so long ago where a Nigerian who had to visit his friend in Switzerland, he boarded a train from spain (his longtime resident).to cut the story shot he ended up being deported straight to Nigeria without fair hearing even when he had hispapers complete .such is the story of many.
Without wasting any further ink, here are some reasons why the Nigerian passport no longer command respect.


1.Terrorism: Just yesterday a US organization ranked Boko Haram the deadliest terrorist group in the world. Now tell me what image this will create for the country’s passport, let not escape our mind that in 2011 when Abdul Umar Farouk tried to bomb a US bound plane but failed, an embargo was placed on the Nigerian passport ,which subjected innocent Nigerians to all sort of embarrassment, mind you that embargo still exists in some countries.


2.Scam: It is no big news when scam related crimes involve Nigerians this days, they are simply good at it, but the innocent ones suffer for it, I never knew how bad it was to be a Nigerian until I got engaged in business that entails selling services to the foreign market, the truth is only few foreigners are ready to do business with you, once they notice you are Nigerian. I ended up losing promising clients. To show you how bad it is,Malaysia termed any scam in their country “Nigerian scam”,whereas not all Nigerians in Malaysia are scammers, there are innocent business men, students residing in Malaysia.


3.Sex Trafficking : from call girls in Dubai to street prostitutes in in Spain, Italy etc. Though some of this girls are victims of sex trafficking, many of them knowingly ply this trade even with the backing of their parents thereby creating bad impression for innocent Nigerian citizens.you should see the way innocent Nigerians are treated in some part of Europe, to them Nigerians are nothing but sex tools, nothing more.


4.Drug trafficking: gone are the days when Columbia was the capital of drug trade, now it’s
Nigeria.Every year Nigerians are being executed in Thailand, indonesia,india and the UAE, pastors, Imams, mothers as old as 68 engage in drug trafficking even if their destination countries have capital punishment for drug trafficking. Innocent Nigerians pilgrims suffer the most,from being subjected to inhumane security checks.


But never the less Nigerians are generally hardworking and I will surely make up a list of great things Nigerians are known for.

This post first featured on my blog here


https://chimmysblog.wordpress.com/2016/09/22/%e2%80%8b5-reasons-why-the-nigerian-passport-no-longer-command-respect/

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Travel / Re: USA Visit Visa Part 2 by classichsy(m): 4:05am On Sep 22
Lucky is your middle name.2yrs back,my customer wuz deported for not having return ticket. Enjoy your trip man and don't vibrant the vibrant city too much.smiles





ajalaonifaaji:
Good afternoon, I'd like to share my vac experience as well as my near-deportation experience at JFK Airport in New York.

My flight from Frankfurt to JFK was quite uneventful as I sat with a lady who slept off even before the plane taxied, woke to eat mid-air and slept again till we touched town. I just plugged my earpiece listening to Fela all through the 8hrs plus flight and downing beer after beer....Bless Lufthansa oh Lord!.

I was attended to by a young male immigration officer.

Officer: Hello Sir, what has brought you to the US?
Me: I have come to spend a 2wks vacation.
Officer: How much is on you?
Me: $9,000
Officer: Can I see it?
Me: Yea, brought it out from my back pocket, and started counting the $100 bills
Officer: Oh no, am not interested in that, you can keep it. Can I see your return ticket?
Me: (That was the genesis of my wahala, cuz av gat no return ticket) I didn't book a return ticket for this trip because I don't know yet if I will be heading back to Nigeria after this trip or somewhere else because of the nature of my job. (Nobody mentioned here on this thread that one must travel with a return ticket).
Officer: OK, step aside sir.
I was handed to an officer and directed to a waiting room.

All I told him was with my church mind, but I never knew my words were laden with immigrant intent, I got to know this later.

Because I have a long term EU visa, and also due to the flexibility of my job I usually travel with a single ticket as issued by the HR dept. Nothing is fixed in my office, we be like water, we take the shape of the container! Yes, am on vacation, but HR fit mail me ticket and job details anytime right in the middle of my vacation, that's the kind of job I signed up for. Yes, av had issues at Frankfurt airport once for showing up with no return ticket, but once my German office sorted that, I never had issue again. I hope you get my drift. I only generalized the single ticket thing, but I never knew it is different with the US.

I'd like to clarify one issue above. The issue of the $9000. You might wanna ask why a nigga is traveling with so much cash for vac? Ask no further. Not that I might necessarily exhaust the whole cash, but as a Black guy, I mean Baba dudu, experience has taught me to always travel with sufficient amount of money. I have traveled around the world, and I have been racially abused in some countries especially Poland, Switzerland and Russia. I was literally thrown a banana in Warsaw. You don't see lots of black dudes in this countries. Now, this is what I want to talk about, sometimes in 2014, I did a light shopping at a store in Barcelona, I proceeded to pay using my Nigerian issued MasterCard...I think 750Euro or so, and for some strange reasons, my card refused to pay. I collected it, cleaned it on my shirt and returned to her, she tried again and it ain't working. I had no cash on me. I was on a queue. She looked at me with one kind eye say your juju no work today, called security, and I was made to return everything where I picked them. That's the height of humiliation! Its OK when a white dudes bank card malfunctions, but ITS NOT OK WHEN A BLACK DUDE CARD MALFUNCTIONS IN A FOREIGN LAND, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU ARE A NIGERIAN. I hope you learnt something there.

Back to the discuss. While being escorted to the waiting room, several thoughts were running through my mind. I was kinda nervous because i have been profiled once at El dorado Airport in Bogota, Colombia, but I felt I might be deported this time.

I beg your indulgence to divert once again. I wanna tell you why I was hell scared.

After my Msc, I came back to Nigeria for NYSC, was posted to Enugu. I spent a full year in my mother's house playing video games after service, I didn't apply for a single job. I just couldn't imagine my self doing a conventional 8-5, I would just die of depression... If the job wouldn't set my ass on the road...I ain't doing! My mum called came to my room one day and suggested I go on a vac to clear my head so I can come back, get a girlfriend, start looking for job and leave her house. I had just saw a movie then...Colombiana, and I just wanted to visit Colombia because of that movie.

On the plane to Colombia via Milan, I sat with a young dude about my age, and we talked about everything from different sex positions to video game cheats to every other unprintable stuffs. We later part ways at the arrival hall. Later I was detained by anti-narcotics police at the arrival hall. My crime? I had been caught on CCTV with the guy, unknowing to me he had Cocaine in his bag. I was drilled for 10hours and was only released when they were convinced that I was not a party to the crime. It was a bad bad experience for me.

Forgive my diversion. Now back at the waiting room. I was sitting close to an Igbo man about 40years old or so. How do I know he's an Igbo man you may ask? I mentioned earlier that I served in Enugu and I know an Ndigbo when I see one...Am from Sagamu in Ogun state, Enugu remains my favorite city in Nigeria, followed closely by Abeokuta and Calabar...I really toured that city, rolled with ESUT girls and was ordained a minister at Orange Room...hehehe...you know what I mean...lol

A pretty female officer walked up to the man for some questioning. Dammm....she was pretty, had a Kim-kinda ass and some boobs that were still in their prime...Ohhhh lala...I was imagining her in a yoga pant and some hot tank top....Bless my soul oh Lord!....Dear friends, forgive me if you say am describing an officer in a sexy way, am only saying the truth and also preparing your mind for what's coming ahead...now picture an Igbo man with deep Igbo accent

Officer: Sir, you overstayed your last visit by 2months

Man: Yes Baby, I was very very sick, and I had to seek medical attention for my health.

Officer: Sir, am an officer, don't address me as baby. Why didn't you file for an extension to seek medical attention?

Man: Baby, I didn't know I should have filed for an extension.

Officer: I said stop addressing me as baby

Man: Baby am sorry.

The officer left in fury.

Hehehehehhehe....I laughed so hard my tummy hurts, I completely forgot my own predicament that moment.

Not really his fault tho, he wasn't seeing an officer, neither was I, he was seeing a hot chick, so was I....lol.

Later, an elderly immigration officer approached me. This guy was the definition of ICE... He was so cool!

Officer: Why did you come into the U.S without a return ticket, aren't you planning on going back to your home country? (Smiling in a manner I could not understand) perhaps he was expecting me to say yes to that question.
Me: explained my situation in details to him. Even offered to book and pay for a return ticket right there at the airport.
Officer: Do you have relatives in New York?
Me: No, I don't.
Officer: Can I see your Hotel booking confirmation?
Me: I didn't book an Hotel, I will be staying with an AirBnb host here in New York.
Officer: Can I see a confirmation, anything to proof that?
Me: Am sorry, I don't have a print out of any sort to that effect, I did the booking using a mobile device and I couldn't print at the time. (I was grossly unprepared for this trip, my mind na to come freestlye). But I have an address and a cell number.
Officer: Can I see that?
Me: (brought out my diary from my bag. mind you, I had a single bag....I always travel with a single bag that would fit inside the overhead cabin in the plane....no need to waste time dey claim baggage.) Here it is sir.
Officer: Read out the address, brought out a cell phone and dialled the number.

Officer: Hello....(introduced himself and where he was calling from) Do you know Mr **** ***** **** pronounced my Ijebu surname perfectly.
Man: No! ( this time I was scared as hell, first, I was expecting an elderly Kenyan woman on the phone, who I have spoken to before leaving Lagos, I even did IMO video call with her, I wasn't expecting a males voice, secondly, this dude just denied me!
Officer: Do you use your accommodation for AirBnb services?
Man: oh yea
Officer: Are you expecting a guest by the name *** ****
Man: Hold on a sec. ( after some sec) Oh, yea...oh yea!
Officer: Thank you for your time Sir, bye.
(I was singing hossana this time in my mind) If that guy had insisted on NO, I most likely would be on the next flight to Lagos.

Officer: Make sure you book a return ticket on your next visit to the US, Welcome to America!
Me: Sure. Thanks Sir!

Was later stamped in. That was it!

I think I was lucky and also considered a low-risk. I think he acted in an unconventional manner by placing the phone on speaker so I can hear my fate. He tried his best by exploring all the options on the table before making a decision. You see why I say he's cool??

Most importantly, those guys ain't just working for working sake, they have excellent listening skills and a professional manner of judging intent. One would definitely be refused admission if one didn't meet the minimum requirement for admission... It cost them nothing.

Forgive my long post. I get enough time this beautiful afternoon. No work for me, just eat and waka waka with my surrogate tour guide...lol..I will post my vac experience later in which I got flagged for over speeding, had an awesome greyhound experience to Washington and managed not to fall for a bait.

No city in this world has the vibrancy of New York city....I mean solid vibrancy! God bless America, God Bless Nigeria!

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Travel / Re: USA Visit Visa Part 2 by NaGodwin: 9:43pm On Sep 21
Haven't seen ur pix, but reading ur post, it's obvious dat u arrived New York with wahala written all over you (I sure say u go get strong tribal marks for face grin) the officer wasn't ready for headache, he had to allow you go.

All the same, thank God it went well.

ajalaonifaaji:
Good afternoon, I'd like to share my vac experience as well as my near-deportation experience at JFK Airport in New York.

My flight from Frankfurt to JFK was quite uneventful as I sat with a lady who slept off even before the plane taxied, woke to eat mid-air and slept again till we touched town. I just plugged my earpiece listening to Fela all through the 8hrs plus flight and downing beer after beer....Bless Lufthansa oh Lord!.

I was attended to by a young male immigration officer.

Officer: Hello Sir, what has brought you to the US?
Me: I have come to spend a 2wks vacation.
Officer: How much is on you?
Me: $9,000
Officer: Can I see it?
Me: Yea, brought it out from my back pocket, and started counting the $100 bills
Officer: Oh no, am not interested in that, you can keep it. Can I see your return ticket?
Me: (That was the genesis of my wahala, cuz av gat no return ticket) I didn't book a return ticket for this trip because I don't know yet if I will be heading back to Nigeria after this trip or somewhere else because of the nature of my job. (Nobody mentioned here on this thread that one must travel with a return ticket).
Officer: OK, step aside sir.
I was handed to an officer and directed to a waiting room.

All I told him was with my church mind, but I never knew my words were laden with immigrant intent, I got to know this later.

Because I have a long term EU visa, and also due to the flexibility of my job I usually travel with a single ticket as issued by the HR dept. Nothing is fixed in my office, we be like water, we take the shape of the container! Yes, am on vacation, but HR fit mail me ticket and job details anytime right in the middle of my vacation, that's the kind of job I signed up for. Yes, av had issues at Frankfurt airport once for showing up with no return ticket, but once my German office sorted that, I never had issue again. I hope you get my drift. I only generalized the single ticket thing, but I never knew it is different with the US.

I'd like to clarify one issue above. The issue of the $9000. You might wanna ask why a nigga is traveling with so much cash for vac? Ask no further. Not that I might necessarily exhaust the whole cash, but as a Black guy, I mean Baba dudu, experience has taught me to always travel with sufficient amount of money. I have traveled around the world, and I have been racially abused in some countries especially Poland, Switzerland and Russia. I was literally thrown a banana in Warsaw. You don't see lots of black dudes in this countries. Now, this is what I want to talk about, sometimes in 2014, I did a light shopping at a store in Barcelona, I proceeded to pay using my Nigerian issued MasterCard...I think 750Euro or so, and for some strange reasons, my card refused to pay. I collected it, cleaned it on my shirt and returned to her, she tried again and it ain't working. I had no cash on me. I was on a queue. She looked at me with one kind eye say your juju no work today, called security, and I was made to return everything where I picked them. That's the height of humiliation! Its OK when a white dudes bank card malfunctions, but ITS NOT OK WHEN A BLACK DUDE CARD MALFUNCTIONS IN A FOREIGN LAND, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU ARE A NIGERIAN. I hope you learnt something there.

Back to the discuss. While being escorted to the waiting room, several thoughts were running through my mind. I was kinda nervous because i have been profiled once at El dorado Airport in Bogota, Colombia, but I felt I might be deported this time.

I beg your indulgence to divert once again. I wanna tell you why I was hell scared.

After my Msc, I came back to Nigeria for NYSC, was posted to Enugu. I spent a full year in my mother's house playing video games after service, I didn't apply for a single job. I just couldn't imagine my self doing a conventional 8-5, I would just die of depression... If the job wouldn't set my ass on the road...I ain't doing! My mum called came to my room one day and suggested I go on a vac to clear my head so I can come back, get a girlfriend, start looking for job and leave her house. I had just saw a movie then...Colombiana, and I just wanted to visit Colombia because of that movie.

On the plane to Colombia via Milan, I sat with a young dude about my age, and we talked about everything from different sex positions to video game cheats to every other unprintable stuffs. We later part ways at the arrival hall. Later I was detained by anti-narcotics police at the arrival hall. My crime? I had been caught on CCTV with the guy, unknowing to me he had Cocaine in his bag. I was drilled for 10hours and was only released when they were convinced that I was not a party to the crime. It was a bad bad experience for me.

Forgive my diversion. Now back at the waiting room. I was sitting close to an Igbo man about 40years old or so. How do I know he's an Igbo man you may ask? I mentioned earlier that I served in Enugu and I know an Ndigbo when I see one...Am from Sagamu in Ogun state, Enugu remains my favorite city in Nigeria, followed closely by Abeokuta and Calabar...I really toured that city, rolled with ESUT girls and was ordained a minister at Orange Room...hehehe...you know what I mean...lol

A pretty female officer walked up to the man for some questioning. Dammm....she was pretty, had a Kim-kinda ass and some boobs that were still in their prime...Ohhhh lala...I was imagining her in a yoga pant and some hot tank top....Bless my soul oh Lord!....Dear friends, forgive me if you say am describing an officer in a sexy way, am only saying the truth and also preparing your mind for what's coming ahead...now picture an Igbo man with deep Igbo accent

Officer: Sir, you overstayed your last visit by 2months

Man: Yes Baby, I was very very sick, and I had to seek medical attention for my health.

Officer: Sir, am an officer, don't address me as baby. Why didn't you file for an extension to seek medical attention?

Man: Baby, I didn't know I should have filed for an extension.

Officer: I said stop addressing me as baby

Man: Baby am sorry.

The officer left in fury.

Hehehehehhehe....I laughed so hard my tummy hurts, I completely forgot my own predicament that moment.

Not really his fault tho, he wasn't seeing an officer, neither was I, he was seeing a hot chick, so was I....lol.

Later, an elderly immigration officer approached me. This guy was the definition of ICE... He was so cool!

Officer: Why did you come into the U.S without a return ticket, aren't you planning on going back to your home country? (Smiling in a manner I could not understand) perhaps he was expecting me to say yes to that question.
Me: explained my situation in details to him. Even offered to book and pay for a return ticket right there at the airport.
Officer: Do you have relatives in New York?
Me: No, I don't.
Officer: Can I see your Hotel booking confirmation?
Me: I didn't book an Hotel, I will be staying with an AirBnb host here in New York.
Officer: Can I see a confirmation, anything to proof that?
Me: Am sorry, I don't have a print out of any sort to that effect, I did the booking using a mobile device and I couldn't print at the time. (I was grossly unprepared for this trip, my mind na to come freestlye). But I have an address and a cell number.
Officer: Can I see that?
Me: (brought out my diary from my bag. mind you, I had a single bag....I always travel with a single bag that would fit inside the overhead cabin in the plane....no need to waste time dey claim baggage.) Here it is sir.
Officer: Read out the address, brought out a cell phone and dialled the number.

Officer: Hello....(introduced himself and where he was calling from) Do you know Mr **** ***** **** pronounced my Ijebu surname perfectly.
Man: No! ( this time I was scared as hell, first, I was expecting an elderly Kenyan woman on the phone, who I have spoken to before leaving Lagos, I even did IMO video call with her, I wasn't expecting a males voice, secondly, this dude just denied me!
Officer: Do you use your accommodation for AirBnb services?
Man: oh yea
Officer: Are you expecting a guest by the name *** ****
Man: Hold on a sec. ( after some sec) Oh, yea...oh yea!
Officer: Thank you for your time Sir, bye.
(I was singing hossana this time in my mind) If that guy had insisted on NO, I most likely would be on the next flight to Lagos.

Officer: Make sure you book a return ticket on your next visit to the US, Welcome to America!
Me: Sure. Thanks Sir!

Was later stamped in. That was it!

I think I was lucky and also considered a low-risk. I think he acted in an unconventional manner by placing the phone on speaker so I can hear my fate. He tried his best by exploring all the options on the table before making a decision. You see why I say he's cool??

Most importantly, those guys ain't just working for working sake, they have excellent listening skills and a professional manner of judging intent. One would definitely be refused admission if one didn't meet the minimum requirement for admission... It cost them nothing.

Forgive my long post. I get enough time this beautiful afternoon. No work for me, just eat and waka waka with my surrogate tour guide...lol..I will post my vac experience later in which I got flagged for over speeding, had an awesome greyhound experience to Washington and managed not to fall for a bait.

No city in this world has the vibrancy of New York city....I mean solid vibrancy! God bless America, God Bless Nigeria!

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Travel / Re: USA Visit Visa Part 2 by ajalaonifaaji: 8:21pm On Sep 21
Good afternoon, I'd like to share my vac experience as well as my near-deportation experience at JFK Airport in New York.

My flight from Frankfurt to JFK was quite uneventful as I sat with a lady who slept off even before the plane taxied, woke to eat mid-air and slept again till we touched town. I just plugged my earpiece listening to Fela all through the 8hrs plus flight and downing beer after beer....Bless Lufthansa oh Lord!.

I was attended to by a young male immigration officer.

Officer: Hello Sir, what has brought you to the US?
Me: I have come to spend a 2wks vacation.
Officer: How much is on you?
Me: $9,000
Officer: Can I see it?
Me: Yea, brought it out from my back pocket, and started counting the $100 bills
Officer: Oh no, am not interested in that, you can keep it. Can I see your return ticket?
Me: (That was the genesis of my wahala, cuz av gat no return ticket) I didn't book a return ticket for this trip because I don't know yet if I will be heading back to Nigeria after this trip or somewhere else because of the nature of my job. (Nobody mentioned here on this thread that one must travel with a return ticket).
Officer: OK, step aside sir.
I was handed to an officer and directed to a waiting room.

All I told him was with my church mind, but I never knew my words were laden with immigrant intent, I got to know this later.

Because I have a long term EU visa, and also due to the flexibility of my job I usually travel with a single ticket as issued by the HR dept. Nothing is fixed in my office, we be like water, we take the shape of the container! Yes, am on vacation, but HR fit mail me ticket and job details anytime right in the middle of my vacation, that's the kind of job I signed up for. Yes, av had issues at Frankfurt airport once for showing up with no return ticket, but once my German office sorted that, I never had issue again. I hope you get my drift. I only generalized the single ticket thing, but I never knew it is different with the US.

I'd like to clarify one issue above. The issue of the $9000. You might wanna ask why a nigga is traveling with so much cash for vac? Ask no further. Not that I might necessarily exhaust the whole cash, but as a Black guy, I mean Baba dudu, experience has taught me to always travel with sufficient amount of money. I have traveled around the world, and I have been racially abused in some countries especially Poland, Switzerland and Russia. I was literally thrown a banana in Warsaw. You don't see lots of black dudes in this countries. Now, this is what I want to talk about, sometimes in 2014, I did a light shopping at a store in Barcelona, I proceeded to pay using my Nigerian issued MasterCard...I think 750Euro or so, and for some strange reasons, my card refused to pay. I collected it, cleaned it on my shirt and returned to her, she tried again and it ain't working. I had no cash on me. I was on a queue. She looked at me with one kind eye say your juju no work today, called security, and I was made to return everything where I picked them. That's the height of humiliation! Its OK when a white dudes bank card malfunctions, but ITS NOT OK WHEN A BLACK DUDE CARD MALFUNCTIONS IN A FOREIGN LAND, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU ARE A NIGERIAN. I hope you learnt something there.

Back to the discuss. While being escorted to the waiting room, several thoughts were running through my mind. I was kinda nervous because i have been profiled once at El dorado Airport in Bogota, Colombia, but I felt I might be deported this time.

I beg your indulgence to divert once again. I wanna tell you why I was hell scared.

After my Msc, I came back to Nigeria for NYSC, was posted to Enugu. I spent a full year in my mother's house playing video games after service, I didn't apply for a single job. I just couldn't imagine my self doing a conventional 8-5, I would just die of depression... If the job wouldn't set my ass on the road...I ain't doing! My mum called came to my room one day and suggested I go on a vac to clear my head so I can come back, get a girlfriend, start looking for job and leave her house. I had just saw a movie then...Colombiana, and I just wanted to visit Colombia because of that movie.

On the plane to Colombia via Milan, I sat with a young dude about my age, and we talked about everything from different sex positions to video game cheats to every other unprintable stuffs. We later part ways at the arrival hall. Later I was detained by anti-narcotics police at the arrival hall. My crime? I had been caught on CCTV with the guy, unknowing to me he had Cocaine in his bag. I was drilled for 10hours and was only released when they were convinced that I was not a party to the crime. It was a bad bad experience for me.

Forgive my diversion. Now back at the waiting room. I was sitting close to an Igbo man about 40years old or so. How do I know he's an Igbo man you may ask? I mentioned earlier that I served in Enugu and I know an Ndigbo when I see one...Am from Sagamu in Ogun state, Enugu remains my favorite city in Nigeria, followed closely by Abeokuta and Calabar...I really toured that city, rolled with ESUT girls and was ordained a minister at Orange Room...hehehe...you know what I mean...lol

A pretty female officer walked up to the man for some questioning. Dammm....she was pretty, had a Kim-kinda ass and some boobs that were still in their prime...Ohhhh lala...I was imagining her in a yoga pant and some hot tank top....Bless my soul oh Lord!....Dear friends, forgive me if you say am describing an officer in a sexy way, am only saying the truth and also preparing your mind for what's coming ahead...now picture an Igbo man with deep Igbo accent

Officer: Sir, you overstayed your last visit by 2months

Man: Yes Baby, I was very very sick, and I had to seek medical attention for my health.

Officer: Sir, am an officer, don't address me as baby. Why didn't you file for an extension to seek medical attention?

Man: Baby, I didn't know I should have filed for an extension.

Officer: I said stop addressing me as baby

Man: Baby am sorry.

The officer left in fury.

Hehehehehhehe....I laughed so hard my tummy hurts, I completely forgot my own predicament that moment.

Not really his fault tho, he wasn't seeing an officer, neither was I, he was seeing a hot chick, so was I....lol.

Later, an elderly immigration officer approached me. This guy was the definition of ICE... He was so cool!

Officer: Why did you come into the U.S without a return ticket, aren't you planning on going back to your home country? (Smiling in a manner I could not understand) perhaps he was expecting me to say yes to that question.
Me: explained my situation in details to him. Even offered to book and pay for a return ticket right there at the airport.
Officer: Do you have relatives in New York?
Me: No, I don't.
Officer: Can I see your Hotel booking confirmation?
Me: I didn't book an Hotel, I will be staying with an AirBnb host here in New York.
Officer: Can I see a confirmation, anything to proof that?
Me: Am sorry, I don't have a print out of any sort to that effect, I did the booking using a mobile device and I couldn't print at the time. (I was grossly unprepared for this trip, my mind na to come freestlye). But I have an address and a cell number.
Officer: Can I see that?
Me: (brought out my diary from my bag. mind you, I had a single bag....I always travel with a single bag that would fit inside the overhead cabin in the plane....no need to waste time dey claim baggage.) Here it is sir.
Officer: Read out the address, brought out a cell phone and dialled the number.

Officer: Hello....(introduced himself and where he was calling from) Do you know Mr **** ***** **** pronounced my Ijebu surname perfectly.
Man: No! ( this time I was scared as hell, first, I was expecting an elderly Kenyan woman on the phone, who I have spoken to before leaving Lagos, I even did IMO video call with her, I wasn't expecting a males voice, secondly, this dude just denied me!
Officer: Do you use your accommodation for AirBnb services?
Man: oh yea
Officer: Are you expecting a guest by the name *** ****
Man: Hold on a sec. ( after some sec) Oh, yea...oh yea!
Officer: Thank you for your time Sir, bye.
(I was singing hossana this time in my mind) If that guy had insisted on NO, I most likely would be on the next flight to Lagos.

Officer: Make sure you book a return ticket on your next visit to the US, Welcome to America!
Me: Sure. Thanks Sir!

Was later stamped in. That was it!

I think I was lucky and also considered a low-risk. I think he acted in an unconventional manner by placing the phone on speaker so I can hear my fate. He tried his best by exploring all the options on the table before making a decision. You see why I say he's cool??

Most importantly, those guys ain't just working for working sake, they have excellent listening skills and a professional manner of judging intent. One would definitely be refused admission if one didn't meet the minimum requirement for admission... It cost them nothing.

Forgive my long post. I get enough time this beautiful afternoon. No work for me, just eat and waka waka with my surrogate tour guide...lol..I will post my vac experience later in which I got flagged for over speeding, had an awesome greyhound experience to Washington and managed not to fall for a bait.

No city in this world has the vibrancy of New York city....I mean solid vibrancy! God bless America, God Bless Nigeria!

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Travel / Re: USA Visit Visa Part 2 by koonleh: 5:53pm On Sep 21
fredoricko:

A US visa on one's passport does not guarantee entrance into the States. All it does is allow you board a US bound plane and seek entrance at the POE. It's no news that a lot of people get sent back to their home countries and their visas cancelled because they have no funds on them that will meet their needs and expense during their visit. The CBP officers decide whether or not one will be allowed entrance, and only $100 on you may not be a good idea. But hey! what do I know?
so what minimum amount do u suggest
Travel / Re: USA Visit Visa Part 2 by fredoricko(m): 4:44pm On Sep 21
koonleh:

During my interview, I told the VO that my trip will be sponsored by my visited sis. So should my 100 dollars still be an issue?
A US visa on one's passport does not guarantee entrance into the States. All it does is allow you board a US bound plane and seek entrance at the POE. It's no news that a lot of people get sent back to their home countries and their visas cancelled because they have no funds on them that will meet their needs and expense during their visit. The CBP officers decide whether or not one will be allowed entrance, and only $100 on you may not be a good idea. But hey! what do I know?
Travel / Saved From Plane Crash By His Worker Yet He Sacked Him by philipimelo(m): 10:57am On Sep 21
I.Q Test....
A man is leaving on a business trip and stops by his
office on the way to the airport. The night watchman
stops him and says, "Sir, don't take that flight. I had a
dream last night that your plane would crash and
everyone would die!" The business man cancels his trip
and sure enough, the plane crashes, killing all the
passengers. The man gives his watchman a $10,000
reward for saving his life, then fires him.
Why??
Travel / Re: USA Visit Visa Part 2 by koonleh: 10:37am On Sep 21
LadyGuinivere:

It is at the discretion of the cbp. I have no idea

But I want you to be objective:
You enter a plane. Cross the 7 seas to america. And all you have /can afford to hold is 100 dollars. Compare that scenario vis a vis the recewnt postwr that just said America is an amazing place and he was tempted to not return.
If you are the cbp , what would you feel/do?
well since I mentioned to them that my sis will be fully take charge of all my welfare during the interview, I will neva be bothered by my 100 dollars that I might not even use
Travel / Re: USA Visit Visa Part 2 by LadyGuinivere: 10:25am On Sep 21
koonleh:
during my interview I told the VO that my trip abroad will be sponsored by my visited sis. So should my 100 dollar be an issue?
It is at the discretion of the cbp. I have no idea

But I want you to be objective:
You enter a plane. Cross the 7 seas to america. And all you have /can afford to hold is 100 dollars. Compare that scenario vis a vis the recewnt postwr that just said America is an amazing place and he was tempted to not return.
If you are the cbp , what would you feel/do?
Travel / Re: Heathrow Airport Replies Nigerian Over Leaking Airport Roof In London by uzolexis(f): 3:15pm On Sep 20
ATERI:


You are right, but I always leave the dead alone since they can`t do any harm anymore, hence the absence of Abacha.

GEJ was imposed on us by Obasanjo and other circumstances. But most importantly, he gave us what no leader has ever given us before, namely losing a general election as an incumbent and accepting defeat; every Nigerian owes him our gratitude. It`s actually one of the reasons why I`m not writing Buhari off. For instance, can Buhari do a Jonathan when he is defeated in a presidential election? If he did, then all would be forgiven. Ordinarily, losing an election and conceding should not be a big deal, but our past suggests otherwise

Well, what do you want me to say about Tinubu? A couple of months ago he loaded his friends and family on to a plane to go and celebrate his son`s wedding in Europe. Some of his followers have been describing him as their new Awo. Anyway, to every original there is always a counterfeit. The only consolation is that he won`t be president of Nigeria, all other things being equal.

No, we would be doing a great injustice to the people under discussion here, should we start to see Saraki as being in their league. Saraki is just a congenital armed robber that is using politics as a cover. Saraki`s purpose in life is fraud and a fraudster he shall forever remain.


I am talking about leaders that ruined and are still ruining this country. Glad you see Saraki and Tinubu as bad eggs but Buhari and GEJ are not exempted, stepping down when you loose and election is not a yardstick for measuring a good leader, GEJ got a lot of things wrong and Buhari is even a worse case,we have been cursed with bad leaders in Nigeria and maybe Africa.
Travel / How To Make The Best Of Your Business Trip by princeofthecity: 2:26pm On Sep 20
Jetting off on business may seem like a welcome escape from the daily grind but it can also be seriously disruptive with constant calls from the office and anxiety about the inevitable post-trip catch up detracting from the enjoyment of the trip.

This is particularly true of small-and-medium sized businesses where management tends to be more hands on and where the demands on them while away from the office may be more keenly felt.

The always-on digital economy means that it’s business as usual, no matter where in the world you are. Your colleagues and customers will still expect you to respond promptly and solve problems despite time-zone differences and unfamiliar surroundings.

At the same time you need to do the business for which you’re travelling, not least to justify the cost of your trip and the time out of the office.

It can be a tricky, stressful balancing act but there are some business travel hacks that can make it easier to manage.

Here are some practical suggestions for being productive when travelling on business.

Use ‘downtime’ intelligently: By-and-large aircraft are still the one place in the world where you can get a bit of quiet time. Use it to catch up on all those nagging little things you keep meaning to get to, but never seem to have the time.

You’ll get off the ‘plane with a feeling of accomplishment. Alternatively the time to yourself can be a good opportunity to think strategically or creatively about an issue or problem.

On the other hand using the time in the air to try and bang out the presentation you’re doing the next day isn’t smart. I’ll add to your anxiety and no matter how hard you work you’ll still feel unprepared.

Relax, but don’t go overboard: While air travel can provide valuable catch-up time, it is also a good chance to relax and de-stress without any interruptions.

Take in a movie and chill out, but don’t be tempted to spend all night watching box-office hits. You’ll be exhausted the next day. Similarly enjoy a glass of the Burgundy, but don’t overdo it.

Seize the shortcuts: Online check in saves you time at the airport and using the BA app to save your boarding pass to your ‘phone means one less piece of paper to lose.

There are plenty of other ways to ease your journey through the airport. If you’re flying to a trade show and know your baggage is going to be overweight you’ll save yourself time and money if you pay for the excess luggage online before you get to the airport.

Take up the power: How do you spot the seasoned business travellers in an airline lounge? They’re the ones charging up their phones and devices. British Airways discovered that customer satisfaction scores rose when they increased the number of charging points in their Heathrow lounges.

There’s a good reason for this: few things are more irritating than trying to clear you inbox or return a call and running out of power. It’s a good idea to carry a power bank in case of emergencies.

Bear in mind that in some countries your phone and other devices can be confiscated if you aren’t able to turn them on.


https://lifestyle.thecable.ng/7-ways-enjoy-business-trip/
Travel / Re: Heathrow Airport Replies Nigerian Over Leaking Airport Roof In London by ATERI: 11:08am On Sep 20
uzolexis:



At the bolded,that's my fav part of your comment, you should have also included Abacha, GEJ, Buhari, Tinubu, Saraki et al....lol

You are right, but I always leave the dead alone since they can`t do any harm anymore, hence the absence of Abacha.

GEJ was imposed on us by Obasanjo and other circumstances. But most importantly, he gave us what no leader has ever given us before, namely losing a general election as an incumbent and accepting defeat; every Nigerian owes him our gratitude. It`s actually one of the reasons why I`m not writing Buhari off. For instance, can Buhari do a Jonathan when he is defeated in a presidential election? If he did, then all would be forgiven. Ordinarily, losing an election and conceding should not be a big deal, but our past suggests otherwise

Well, what do you want me to say about Tinubu? A couple of months ago he loaded his friends and family on to a plane to go and celebrate his son`s wedding in Europe. Some of his followers have been describing him as their new Awo. Anyway, to every original there is always a counterfeit. The only consolation is that he won`t be president of Nigeria, all other things being equal.

No, we would be doing a great injustice to the people under discussion here, should we start to see Saraki as being in their league. Saraki is just a congenital armed robber that is using politics as a cover. Saraki`s purpose in life is fraud and a fraudster he shall forever remain.
Travel / Re: Nigerian Man Has Aghalieaku Airways In Swaziland by jusRadical: 9:24am On Sep 19
sarrki:
Bros try and grow your country

If him bring am, you enter?
What are you saying?
How are the ones here faring?
Is nigeria's business climate good?

When you enter plane last self?
Travel / Re: First Nation Resumes Flight Operations by Godfullsam(m): 9:18am On Sep 19
Apelex:
An airline that has only two planes........




undecided cry





.......SMH



pathetic wailer spoted.
BTW, how many plane does ur air line have?

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Travel / Re: First Nation Resumes Flight Operations by tyhgfrdeswscbhf: 8:17am On Sep 19
even if the ticket for these airline is free i will not board this plane walahi
Travel / Re: First Nation Resumes Flight Operations by kaen1317: 8:07am On Sep 19
queenmonalisa01:
good news but who will be the first to board the plane
APC party officials

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Travel / Re: First Nation Resumes Flight Operations by queenmonalisa01: 8:05am On Sep 19
good news but who will be the first to board the plane

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Travel / Re: Nigerian Man Has Aghalieaku Airways In Swaziland by nijanigga: 6:10am On Sep 19
hope say no be drugs dem go dey carry inside the plane.
Travel / Re: Nigerian Man Has Aghalieaku Airways In Swaziland by tiger28: 10:06pm On Sep 18
This is not an airline Dude though it might have something to do with aviation. Lets see the picture of the plane na. Though I congratulate his business aspirations but the only thing is that once you check his source of funds, then you will realise that it is from some drug proceed .....as we have seen many many time.Once they hammer,they start getting chieftaincy titles.
Travel / Re: Nigerian Man Has Aghalieaku Airways In Swaziland by YonkijiSappo: 9:03pm On Sep 18
Chiefobdk1:

afonjas be like

Osus be like we now have an airline in Swaziland. Fleet: 1 plane. Destinations: just swaziland for now.
Travel / Re: Nigerian Man Has Aghalieaku Airways In Swaziland by Unimaginable123: 4:57pm On Sep 18
YonkijiSappo:
This looks more like a private/personal aircraft to me.
Otherwise how many aircrafts are in their fleet, their flight schedule and what cities/destinations do they service?
how can a cargo plane be a private plane?

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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 4 by coolcathy(f): 1:08pm On Sep 18
oluphilip2008:
Good day my wonderful e-family.
I ought to have done this at least 3 weeks ago. But for one reason or the other I couldn't write my POE experience on time. But like the common saying goes "better late than never"

I got my visa in December, 2014 for vacation, that's for myself and kids. Hubby already got visa twice then.
However, we were not able to embark on the trip due to sudden changes in hubby's work schedule.

Fast forward to 2015 December, I discovered I was pregnant. So we started making plans for our vacation and to have the baby in the US. (Bro-in-law's wedding was in July too in New York).
To cut the story short, we flew Lufthansa from Abuja to JFK on the 10th and arrived on the 11th of July. I was exactly 34 weeks. I had my fit to fly letter, but I wasn't asked for it at any point of the journey. I also sent the change of intent notification to the embassy like 3 days before my travel date and I got the usual response. The flight was good and so on time. The plane for the Abj-Frankfurt leg was empty, I had about three seats to myself at the back, so I was able to lie down and sleep all thru the journey. The Frankfurt-Newyork leg was filled to d brim. Even though it was a bigger plane. In flight entertainment was very good. The kids had something to keep them busy at every point in time.

We got to JFK around 1:30 pm. The airport was like a crusade ground. Too many planes came in at the same time. We got called by the CPB after queuing for about 2:30 mins, our time with him was short and uneventful. It went thus:

CPB: Hello, can I have your passports?
DH: Good day officer (handed him the passports)
CPB: why are you in the US
DH: For vacation
Me: And childbirth too (I quickly chipped in)
CPB was busy with his computer and the passports so I thought he probably did hear what I said. So I had to ask him again if he heard me say childbirth, he then nodded and answered yes. The next thing was he was already taking DH's finger prints and then mine. Before we knew it, I saw that he was stamping the passports. There's this self automated machine at JFK where you input your details before getting called by CBP. There we declared that we had food and that we wanted to declare our currency, as we were carrying about 26k dollars ( our own personal money was about 10k only, the rest was for some one else?

The CPB handed our passports back to us and directed us to where we would get the currency declaration form. While waiting at baggage claims, a random female officer walked up to me and asked why we were in the US and how long we were staying. I told her childbirth and vacation, she asked how far along I was, I told her. In my mind I thought maybe she would be the one to send me to secondary inspection, but I was wrong. She only wished us the best and told us to enjoy our stay. After getting our luggages and filling the form, the next thing I saw was exit.

Even though I declared that I had food(fish, ogbono, egusi, knorr cubes, crayfish, garri, plantain flour and all), I wasnt sent for secondary inspection, nothing was checked, not even a single document was asked for. JFK is the best POE.

We stayed for the wedding which was on the 23rd of July. The hospital I'm using is in Flint, Michigan. So I arrived here on Monday 1st of August. My first appointment was on Wednesday 3rd. It was awesome.

So this is the first part of the testimony. I'm earnestly awaiting the second part (d arrival of my LO in less that 3 weeks).

Sorry for the long post and once again sorry for posting late.




Please can you share a copy of the change of intent email you sent to the embassy, Dont know the format to use for it.
My email addy is coolamyh@yahoo.com

Thanks alot for your kind response
Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 4 by Divinefavrite: 4:32pm On Sep 17
Hello people, good morning. I have been quietly following this forum since May this year when a friend introduced me . I have read, made notes , researched and finally it paid off.
I had my visa before I discovered this forum. In getting the visa, there was so much mix up but on getting here I discovered my mistake and decided to set my records straight as much as is possible.
After so much reading, research and calling several hospitals , I settled to give birth in houston. I am actually writing g this to thank God for His mercies which endures forever more and also to thank everyone who has given selflessly on this forum to enable newbies like me learn n live.
My POE experience at houston airport was less than five minutes.
Me:Good afternoon (with a smile that can melt the rocks)
CBP: Good afternoon, your passport please and why are you here
Me: vacation and childbirth (lots of people had told me not to mention that and hide it but after my visa mix up and everything i learnt here I chose to tell the truth as it is and let God have His way)
CBP: How long do u intend to stay
Me: six weeks becaues I need to get back to work
CBP : Place ur finger on the ..... and raise ur face for capturing
And that was it, gave me my passport and stamped B2 on it with date of entry. There was no until..... date so I checked the i94 website and Saw I was stamped in for six months.
No secondary inspection, no agricultural with all the foodstuffs I had and even ticked them on the form that was given on the plane
Flew airfrance at 36weeks +.
I just can't stop worshipping God. God bless u all. Will go for my appointment on monday by God's grace.

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Travel / Re: Young Pilot Who Flew His Mother: "One Of The Best Days Of My Life" by Busch: 1:56pm On Sep 17
anonimi:


I don't think that pilots are the same as aeronautic engineers.
Please verify.

I know, but am just adding my dream up to it... I was planning on doing aeronautics which is basically plane maintance and stuff... but the only place I know that they can do that is Zaria.. and I ain't going their...
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