Duduk di Kursi Lorong Ternyata Punya Banyak Kemudahan

first_imgApakah ada aturan resmi ketika duduk di kursi pesawat? Sepertinya tidak, apalagi untuk duduk di kursi dekat lorong. Bahkan bisa dikatakan bila dalam urutan keluarga kursi di lorong adalah anak tertua. Kursi ini adalah tempat untuk pelancong yang fokus masuk dan keluar seefisien mungkin.Baca juga: (Video) Kursi Pesawat Dekat Jendela Paling Kotor Diantara yang LainnyaKarena duduk di kursi dekat lorong, bisa merasa lebih bebas dan bergerak lebih leluasa ketika ke toilet atau lavatory dalam pesawat. KabarPenumpang.com merangkum laman washingtonpost.com, selain bisa masuk dan keluar kursi seenaknya, penumpang yang duduk di kursi lorong juga bebas menyelonjorkan kaki ke lorong untuk sesaat. Sebab jika lebih lama dari itu berisiko kaki tersenggol troli yang dibawa awak kabin. Dengan duduk dilorong juga dengan mudah membantu penumpang lain yang kesulitan meletakkan barang bawaan mereka di kabin atas.Anda yang duduk di kursi lorong menjadi pemisah antar tetangga baris dan lorong dan menjadi pintu bagi penumpang di kursi tengah serta dekat jendela. Berkat posisi ini, Anda terjebak di antara penumpang dan pramugari. Secara default, petugas dapat meminta bantuan Anda untuk melakukan penawaran mereka.Mereka mungkin perlu bantuan untuk menyerahkan barang ke tetangga Anda, membangunkannya dari tidur nyenyak atau mengusir dari pengasingan yang dibuat oleh headphone mereka. Mereka yang ingin sesedikit mungkin gangguan selama pengalaman mereka harus memesan kursi jendela saja.Nah bagaimana ketika pesawat sudah mendarat dan penumpang di sebelah Anda ingin berdiri serta keluar lebih dahulu? Anda tidak dapat mengontrol bagaimana penumpang lain keluar, tetapi dapat memilih untuk terburu-buru atau bersantai sendiri. Jika tetangga di barisan Anda meminta dengan baik agar Anda pindah untuk mereka, jangan ragu untuk memenuhi permintaan mereka.Baca juga: Kurangi Efek Turbulensi, Sebaiknya Pilih Kursi di Dekat SayapTetapi bila mereka memaksa Anda secara non-verbal dengan berdiri di atas kursi, jangan merasa bersalah, sebab penumpang itu seharusnya sudah memesan kursi di lorong jika mereka merasa sangat kuat tentang kapan harus turun pesawat. Nantinya ketika terjadi sesuatu pada pesawat, sebagai penghuni kursi lorong, Anda bertugas untuk tetap bersama dan tenang serta mengikuti instruksi staf penerbangan untuk perintah selanjutnya.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedPerdebatan Duduk di Samping Jendela vs Samping Lorong, Mana yang Lebih Enak?25/10/2019In “Domestik”Jadi Baiknya Sebagai Penumpang Pesawat Duduk di Kursi Mana?13/11/2018In “Domestik”Kursi Dekat Jendela Pilihan Aman Terhindar Virus Flu17/12/2019In “Featured”last_img read more

Supporters Club end of season party

first_imgTickets are now on general sale. The cost is £10 per person for Bristol Rugby Supporters Club members and £15 per person for all non-members. A BBQ, disco and raffle entry is included in the ticket price..Tickets are non-refundable. Smart casual dress required (no jeans). Tickets must be presented for entry and redeemed for food.If you would like to join this event you are requested to come and buy tickets at the Supporters Club Gazebo (between the Sports Bar and the Club Store) before and after the match against Sale Sharks this Friday evening.Alternatively, contact us at: admin@brissupportersclub.co.uk.last_img

Rivera leads CBA to wrestling title at District 22 tourney

first_imgBy MATTHEW ROCCO Correspondent Christian Brothers Academy (CBA) ruled the NJSIAA District 22 wrestling tournament for the second year in a row.Three Colts grapplers earned gold medals on Feb. 21 at Red Bank Regional High School. CBA’s Sebastian Rivera, a 113-pound junior, completed back-to-back District 22 titles when he defeated Jason Hernandez of Raritan High School in the finals. The win extended Rivera’s undefeated record this season.Junior Chris Koutzen became a district champion despite being the underdog at 160 pounds. The third-seeded grappler upset Raritan’s Nick Bohal, the top seed, to give CBA its first title winner of the day.Later, Rich Koehler continued an impressive freshman season when he pinned 106-pound finalist Sean Deering of Middletown High School North.The Colts defended their team title with a total of seven finalists. CBA amassed 176.5 points, ahead of Long Branch High School’s 165 points, for its third district championship. Ocean Township High School took third place.Four members of CBA’s junior class were runners-up. Jack LaCorte earned a silver medal at 182 pounds, falling victim to a pin by Middletown North’s Anthony Vetrano. Fellow junior Will Oxley (220) also lost to a Middletown North wrestler, Chad Freshnock, in the finals.Carl Vasti (120) placed second after falling to first-seeded Jake Benner of Ocean Township. At 126 pounds, Dylan VanSickell lost to Long Branch’s Andy Hernandez, marking his first loss of the winter. Middletown North, which finished fifth in the team rankings, had a strong showing. In addition to Freshnock and Vetrano, Paul Capaldo was victorious in the 145-pound championship bout against Mike Chadwick, a No. 2 seed from Raritan.Crosstown rival Middletown High School South had a champion at 152 pounds. Matt Best defeated T.J. Saldutti of Ocean Township for the title.Ocean Township’s Zack Hertling, who pinned Long Branch’s Mike Shohet for the 170-pound title, was named Most Outstanding Wrestler at the District 22 tournament. Hertling won gold after missing the postseason last year because of an injured knee.Unbeaten Keansburg High School senior Tyree Sutton won his second district title — and his first since 2012. Sutton (195) pinned Middletown South’s Sean Killeen for the win.Long Branch junior John Tomlinson won the heavyweight title against Ocean Township’s Brian Olesen. His pin gave the Green Wave a late boost on its way to a second place finish.Raritan capped the 2015 District 22 tournament with two champions. Dylan Seidenberg was a winner at 132 pounds over No. 1-seed Marcus Iwama, a standout senior at Rumson-Fair Haven. The Raritan senior became the third Seidenberg brother to bring home gold from districts. Older brothers Dave and Dan were two- and three-time champions, respectively.Eric Drake, also a Raritan senior, defeated Red Bank Regional’s Jack McMahon for the 138-pound championship.The road to Atlantic City continues this week. The top three District 22 wrestlers in each weight class will hit the mats in the Region 6 tournament.Those who won their third-place consolation matches to extend their seasons are Alex Erven, Keyport High School (106); Davie Tieto, Ocean Township (113); Russell Benson, Raritan (120); Chris Donnelly, Ocean Township (126); Jiovani Gomez, Long Branch (132); Tommy Flannagan, Long Branch (138); Thomas Hinz, Red Bank Regional (145); Garrett Fitzgerald, CBA (152); Lamont Reid, Long Branch (160); Fred Svenson, Middletown North (170); Tucker Briggs, Rumson-Fair Haven (182); Viet Le, Ocean Township (195); Joey Jasio, Long Branch (220); and Malcolm Daniels, Raritan (heavyweight).The first round was scheduled to begin Feb. 25 at Pine Belt Arena in Toms River. Quarterfinals will take place on Feb. 27, and the tournament will wrap up a day later.The NJSIAA individual championships will be hosted at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall from March 6-8.last_img read more