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By the time we had boarded we had long missed our slot, had a minute wait for a new one and eventually departed 90 minutes late. So by "T5 meltdown" the OP actually meant long queue at immigration for flights arriving after the airport has normally closed. Yes, it would annoy me that the Border Force people don't have contingency plans. Jan 17, · Ik laat zien hoe je een cilinderslot van een voordeur openmaakt zonder sleutel. Ga naar MOBILE-PHONECASINO.MOBI voor meer info en tools. EDIT: This mission works in T5+ co-op, so it should work in Operations. PvP is a given. Edited June 27 by Kizarvexis. Share this post. Link to post Share on other sites If they use the 3rd slot which often gives me things I have plenty of and need no more of such as Reserve slots I would not mind. If they use either of the first 2 and I'll.
Yet another late-night T5 meltdown
LTN Phobia likes this. With the Indy Marathon running into the middle of July, I doubt we will get a similar event until at least the beginning of August, which would be pretty good from my perspective. I will gladly offer up worthless camos and flags for a faster acquisition of that sweet sweet Salem. Also arriving were delayed flights from Malaga and Malpensa. Suggest Thread for TalkMail.
Right now, this mission. Since all the mission rewards for June were already set, I think we will have to see the July Mission Brief to get a better idea of coal drops in daily missions. I am most definitely itching to see the July brief; you can be sure of that. With the Indy Marathon running into the middle of July, I doubt we will get a similar event until at least the beginning of August, which would be pretty good from my perspective.
Win or lose, I need a break from stuff like that. By that stage we'll have British DDs and maybe one other line to play with Italian cruisers would be nice , and the rest of the US cruiser grind to slowly work through. I think that will keep me content for the year. Coal can come as it may. I will gladly offer up worthless camos and flags for a faster acquisition of that sweet sweet Salem.
Perhaps in future WG will introduce a trade-in feature where we could scrap our unwanted premium ships for coal or steel. Better than just selling them for credits imo. I always choose the consumable container. Specifically for the 3 Damage Control units in the first slot as well as 3 other consumables in the 2nd slot.
If they use the 3rd slot which often gives me things I have plenty of and need no more of such as Reserve slots I would not mind. If they use either of the first 2 and I'll be pissed. Steel will be available from Combat Missions in Clan Battles, which start Friday, so we will find out more then. There are plans for steel to be available in Combat Missions in other battle modes, but no details yet. You need to play a total of 5 battles to post in this section.
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Тело искусной крали на самом деле выглядит более чем достойно, убедитесь в этом. Две подруги проводят день в бассейне и решив, что им нечего стесняться, снимают друг перед дружкой купальники, продолжая плавать и загорать полностью голыми.
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Yet another late-night T5 meltdown. Jul 5, 18, UA lifetime Gold 1. All pairs of flights to and from Nice except one were seriously delayed, ostensibly by thunderstorms over central France. I was on the last one out, scheduled to leave at I already knew long before I got to the airport that it was delayed by 40 minutes, about the same as when I flew down two weeks ago, when strikes by French ATC meant a lengthy detour over Switzerland and Italy.
By the time I arrived at the airport, the scheduled departure time had moved back to No further information whatsoever was given until We would now leave at They would not board us until Not a drop of water or any other relief was provided, which is contrary to EU regulations for delays of over two hours, and those not fortunate enough to be able to use the Canopy Lounge, which stayed open an hour later than normal, had nowhere to go for liquids.
The captain admitted that the main reason why we couldn't board was because the cabin staff would not be able to provide liquids. He did not of course mention that this is because cheapskate BA insists on charging card payments only, please! We finally took off at All the way along, the delays were blamed on weather and ATC. In fact the weather problems were easily surmountable, especially as our aircraft took on extra fuel, in the end not needed, to fly around the storms.
ATC is another matter altogether. My ATC friends tell me that they are really fed up with the way airlines, and particularly BA, blame ATC for all kind of scheduling problems and IRROPs when in fact the problems lie with the airlines themselves and their own scheduling and operations. At any event, we arrived at LHR, 3 hours late, which in itself is not particularly unusual with BA, though annoying when it is late at night.
Also arriving were delayed flights from Malaga and Malpensa. You can guess what happened next. Into T5 immigration hall, and not a single one of the electronic passport gates are operating. Hundreds of people crammed into the immigration hall, with the EU line stretching back a very long way towards the gate. Despite the notices saying no phones and no photos, phones were ringing and being answered, and photos were being taken with phones.
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