The Life of Captain Reilly 1

The Life of Captain Reilly In flight no one can hear you snoreJohn Reilly could be the pseudonym of any modern airline pilot Fatigued from overwork and dismayed by relentless cost cutting Captain Reilly finds himself developin

  • Title: The Life of Captain Reilly 1
  • Author: J.T. O'Neil
  • ISBN: 9780956915009
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In flight no one can hear you snoreJohn Reilly could be the pseudonym of any modern airline pilot Fatigued from overwork and dismayed by relentless cost cutting, Captain Reilly finds himself developing an unhelpful aversion to the very people who pay his salary passengers and managers.Riding aboard a typical flight, we follow John Reilly as he struggles with the challIn flight no one can hear you snoreJohn Reilly could be the pseudonym of any modern airline pilot Fatigued from overwork and dismayed by relentless cost cutting, Captain Reilly finds himself developing an unhelpful aversion to the very people who pay his salary passengers and managers.Riding aboard a typical flight, we follow John Reilly as he struggles with the challenges facing today s airline pilot trying to stay awake, keeping crew food down, fending off flirtatious cabin crew and completing the crossword before landing.The Life of Captain Reilly is a shocking but hilarious tale of the low cost airline, and reveals its great secret glamour doesn t fly anyEASE NOTE IF YOU HAVE A ROMANTICIZED PERCEPTION OF AIRLINE PILOTS AND COMMERCIAL AVIATION AND YOU WISH TO KEEP IT DON T BUY THIS BOOK ALSO, THIS IS QUITE A SHORT BOOK.

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    1. I really enjoyed reading "The Life of Captain Reilly 1", by J.T. O'Neil, and I'm now reading his second one. The author was informative to the general public, funny to me, and realistic. He was spot on with regard to to ATC, TSA and Management. Since I fly Cargo and haven't flown Passengers in a long while, I enjoyed the humor on Flight Attendants and passenger comments from memory. To me, one of the funniest part was this: "We continued to sit and wait with patience. We had coffee, we had newsp [...]

    2. Worth readingI love to fly (actually, I used to.love flying -- back in the days of real food and you didn't have to be strip searched before boarding). This story was funny and made me laugh out loud. Pilots are people too so I can still fly with confidence.

    3. A day in the life of a low-cost airline captain. The book is short, easy to read, funny, and full of details about the day-to-day challenges in the life of pilots and cabin crew.

    4. Excellent First Person WritingThe authenticity mixed with subtle humor gives this book a uniqueness that will appeal to anyone interested in commercial aviation.

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