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  1. David Huberman
    David Huberman at |

    They never learn, do they????

  2. Alan Dickey
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  3. Robert
    Robert at |

    completely off topic but an interesting watch…

  4. Mike Montes De Oca Ulloa
    Mike Montes De Oca Ulloa at |

    Like Etihad with Alitalia , same story over again

  5. Paulo
    Paulo at |

    I would love if they change the planes of the FOR-MXP route 🙂

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