The Terminal 5 story caught up with me again today, in the shape of the BBC. Apparently one of their journalists had been trawling through earlier coverage and came across my 'Kalashnikov Theory'. As a result they want me to talk about it in relation to the ongoing Terminal 5 problems on the radio tomorrow morning. In fact, I can't remember which BBC or whether I actually asked, but from the time, it could be Radio 4, who knows!
Coincidentally, I have two business trips coming up in coming weeks. One to Milan, I'm taking Alitalia and the other to Talinn in Estonia, which is Easyjet out of Stansted. The only flight that appears to service the country. And that's at 6am. As a matter of choice, I think I'll pass on British Airways for a while or at least until they have repatriated twenty thousand lost bags!
I can't be that popular with the company anyway. After flying the banner for the pilots union to Heathrow and then, wearing my other hat, taking a swipe at their showcase IT project, they may yet send me back my frquent flyer card!