Chicago O'hare at its finest

Just in case you European or non-Midwest folks were curious as to how our regions biggest airport does things, this little gem made it on the news today.

Watch till the end for a great example of how best to use a mobile lift.

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Oh wow, that guy was just on time to stop that thing from doing some serious damage

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Also, this feels exactly what happens when @Olof’s code doesn’t work as expected :smiley: XD

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Haha wow! I thought for a second that would be a very expensive aircraft repair. :astonished:

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Probably they played at maximum speed, typical problem that will happen then. :smiley:

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What a save!

The real question is how did it start?

Looks like someone dropped a pack of waterbottles on the pedals

Do you have a bug report number for me? If not please do so, I’ve seen it a few times but have not been able to reproduce it as of yet… :confused: … in Alpha 33 vehicle movement on stand will be a lot better so hopefully this won’t happen then.

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You sure you replied to the correct topic?

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Yes! :wink:

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My favorite is the baggage truck in the back that couldn’t help but stop

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Feel bad for the person who has to clean up all those spilt cans of drinks.

It made the swedish news today! :laughing:

Wow just wow

It made it to BBC…

Realy?

https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipMKcccQ3YeftV0cgfu9hhqC14_zYqdXycGsrYCS

The role of the pushback tugs are not there to pushback an aircraft, but to stop a rogue catering truck

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:ok_hand: yes so true :ok_hand: