10. September 2007

Post About Nepal Airlines in Engadget….

It was interesting read ( more interesting because the news from nepal being on Engadget ) Read on

Nepal Airlines sacrifices two goats to fix a 757

We’ve definitely done some crazy things to fix our gear — we swear our Sawtooth Power Mac G4 actually ran faster after we dumped a can of Diet Coke into it — but we’ve never gone as Nepal Airlines recently did. Faced with intractable mechanical problems on one of the fleet’s two 757 jets, authorities at the state-run airline apparently sacrificed two goats to the Hindu god Akash Bhairab (pictured in the airline’s logo, to the right) in front of the plane, which promptly took the skies again problem-free. That’s pretty much all the information anyone has, but Nepal Airlines has confirmed that “the snag in the plane has now been fixed and the aircraft has resumed its flights.” We’re not going to comment on anyone’s religious beliefs here, but that had to have been the weirdest pilots’ announcement of all time.

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