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Delays are a part of travelling, especially when you are zipping across the globe from one climate to another on a plane. I’ve been pretty lucky that my delays in Europe have been minimal, and I’ve generally actually had better luck with punctuality on low cost carriers than full service airlines.
By biggest delay last year was on a British Airways flight to Oslo, operated by a leased Qatar Airways A320. They couldn’t attach the fuel hose at the original gate, and so had to tow it to the other side of the terminal, which took quite some time.
The novelty of flying a Qatar aircraft on a British Airways flight meant that I was so excited, I hardly noticed the delay.
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