'An investigation has been launched after Arabic graffiti was found daubed on panels covering fuel tanks of four easyJet planes in France.Lisa King, easyJet cabin safety manager, alerted company employees to the graffiti with an email informing them of the discovery of "four aircraft in France with written inscriptions on the inside of the fuel panel, and toilet door in Arabic script".The airline did not give any details of the nature of the inscriptions.However, a spokeswoman for easyJet said the matter was not considered to be a threat either by the airline or the authorities, and no passengers had to be removed from the aircraft.She said: "EasyJet assessed this issue, each time working in full consultation with the authorities, and is entirely satisfied it is nothing more than graffiti."EasyJet takes very seriously any security related issue and would not operate a flight unless we are entirely satisfied it is completely safe to do so."EasyJet operates its fleet of aircraft in full compliance with all regulations. The safety and security of its passengers and crews is always easyJet's highest priority."'
Sunday, 29 November 2015
Arabic Graffiti Found On Four EasyJet Planes
Nothing to worry about? Graffiti won't bring down a plane it is true but I'd like to know what the graffiti was and if someone can get away with adding graffiti to a plane could they also adulterate the fuel or add something unwanted to the plane in that area?