RULES

The recent change that allows airline pilots to continue flying past age 60 has prompted the following rules for ‘older’ pilots, which have been proposed at several major airlines: 1. All pants must fit and not be up in your armpits. 2. You must walk without shuffling your feet. 3. No Depends on the flight […]


The recent change that allows airline pilots to continue flying past age 60 has prompted the following rules for ‘older’ pilots, which have been proposed at several major airlines:

1. All pants must fit and not be up in your armpits.

2. You must walk without shuffling your feet.

3. No Depends on the flight deck.

4. When using a toothpick, you must leave your teeth in your mouth.

5. If you need more than tri-focals, you are DONE! (period!)

6. No pictures of great-great-grandchildren.

7. Anytime you call the other guy “Sonny”, he can hit you.

8. Never, ever mention AARP.

9. When in a restaurant with your crew, don’t request the senior discount.

10.When checking into the overnight hotel, don’t ask if the exercise room has shuffleboard.