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Flying is not always fun

So, after finding I am flying too much to have a good carbon emission footprint, I now sit here at Arlanda waiting for a flight home. Unfortunately some butterfly was waving its wings some days ago or something. Of course some airplane in Gothenburg is broken, which in turn makes it impossible for the pilots for my flight to come to Stockholm (and fly me to Malmö). Now a flight from London is redirected to Gothenburg to pick up the pilots (which probably make the passengers on that flight to Stockholm really happy). When they are here in Stockholm, they will fly me to Malmö.

But, if that was not enough, they (SAS) is probably having some more problems as well, because people that where supposed to fly to Copenhagen are now rebooked to my (delayed) flight to Malmö. So those passengers will be really happy as well.

So maybe I am the lucky person after all?

Btw, do you understand how SAS believe we will leave ARN at 23:30, and land at 23:00? After all, ARN and MMX are in the same timezone, at least last time I checked.

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