Update June 1998.

Mr. Ophee should know, as an airline pilot by training and profession, that when you have a passenger in an aircraft shouting and hollering that the plane is flying at the wrong altitude, and he won’t stop, then you don’t argue with the passenger.  Especially when he’s paid by a competing airline and has done it many times before. You just quietly check that the altitude is in fact correct and confirm to everyone on board that it is correct. The only difference between that and the field of scholarship is that on an aircraft the disturbance wouldn’t be allowed.

Brian Jeffery



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