Tuesday, December 29, 2009

PC Air Announces New Flights

As President of PC Air (Politically Correct Airlines), I have instituted a new flight policy based upon Privacy Concerns.

Many people and groups have objected to the use of our new full-body scanning devices and other non-disclosed security procedures we have implemented at our airline check-in locations.

We feel your concerns and are doing something about it.

Starting January 1, 2010, PC Air will have frequent flights to popular locations with "relaxed" security procedures. To board these flights, you will only need a valid ticket. NO scanning or screening of any kind will be required. Neither you nor your baggage will be subjected to any security procedures. These flights can be identified by the the initials "PC" following the flight number. For example: The morning flight from New York to Las Vegas will be identified as Flight 345PC.

No advance reservation will be required for these flights and for your convenience, with a valid ticket, you may simply walk-on prior to departure. Many seats are usually available.

NOTE: Flight schedules are not reliable and travelers should be prepared for delays, sometimes in excess of several hours or days. The reason for these delays is due to problems in obtaining flight crews willing to work on these "relaxed" flights.

"PC Air Will Get You There ... Usually"

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