Loaded Brownies – Part 3
Boomer Memoir

Loaded Brownies – Part 3

This is the conclusion of “Loaded Brownies”. If you missed parts 1 and 2, the links are below. This is a TIA (Trans International Airlines) story of a Hadj adventure  (flying Muslim pilgrims to Mecca) which took place in 1976. https://caroleconnolly.wordpress.com/2013/12/27/drugs-in-costa-rica-nigeria-saudi-arabia/ https://caroleconnolly.wordpress.com/2013/12/28/loaded-brownies-part-2/ John was our British ground representative stationed in Jeddah. Although part of the … Continue reading

Loaded Brownies – Part 2
Boomer Memoir

Loaded Brownies – Part 2

 On my first flight out of Kano, after boarding 485 passengers, the cabin crew positioned to perform the required FAA required seatbelt and oxygen mask demonstration prior to take-off. Our head stew announced that individual instruction would be provided for use of the toilet facilities. This was only understood by us crew-members since the passengers spoke … Continue reading