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Don’t try this at home (and definitely not at the airport)

[ October 27, 2015   //   ]

No, not a British Airways safety video warning of the dangers of getting too close to aircraft engines – models Suki Waterhouse and Neelam Gill – were marking the debut of IAG/British Airways’ first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on its London-Delhi route.
The new plane will offer up to 22 tonnes of capacity a day and offers air conditioning systems that maintain a regular hold temperate to within one degree’s accuracy. A total of 22 B787-9s are scheduled to join IAG Cargo’s fleet by 2018, on routes to Abu Dhabi and Muscat in November 2015, Austin in February 2016, Kuala Lumpur in December 2015 and San Jose in May 2016.
Not that it’s relevant to the story, but the two ladies are better known as the face of posh mac makers Burberry.