Safety Flight: The Nepalese way
On Sunday at Kathmandu International airport, Nepal Airways sacrificed two goats in front of one of their flagship Boeing 757 aircrafts to appease Akash Bhairav, the Hindu sky god, following technical problems that force the company to suspend flights in the recent weeks.
“The goats were sacrificed in accordance with Hindu traditions, and the snag in the plane has now been fixed and the aircraft has resumed its flights” according a senior airline official.
The airline said that after Sunday’s ceremony the plane successfully completed a flight to Hong Kong.
We all feel safer now, isn’t it?
It is certainly more as efficient as most rules that passengers must obey during air travels (no matches; no liquid; no electronics as well as windows shade up and seat back up right during take-off/landing etc..). Who knows!
It’s really a challenge to modern Technology isn’t? Let’s see what happens later………..