I was flying home to Perth from Melbourne when I saw this photo of a group of young people taking a quick ride on a plane.
“We’ve got no business here, this is a terrible airport.
Why are we going?”
I hopped in the back of the plane and headed out to the airport, not thinking it was a terrible thing to do.
As the pilot landed, the passengers took a seat in the front row.
I was sitting with a group that included my girlfriend, my son, and a girl who I hadn’t seen in a while.
There was no drama.
Everyone was friendly and we didn’t have any trouble talking.
The airport transfer wasn’t long.
We took a cab to the gate, which was very short and very busy.
In about 20 minutes, we got our luggage, packed up our bags, and were all on our way.
But then a man behind us came to the front of the queue.
He was talking to someone who looked like an older gentleman, but it was clear he was a young woman.
She looked at me and said, “We’re not sure why we’re here.”
I looked at the other passengers in the plane, and they were all smiling.
It wasn’t a great feeling.
My girlfriend asked, “What are we doing here?”
The woman explained that they had been transferred from the Sydney Airport to the Brisbane Airport, which is about 50 kilometres away, so they were staying at a hotel.
At that moment, I had a moment of panic.
They’re leaving Brisbane.
After about an hour and a half, I boarded the plane.
I was excited, but not too excited.
For most people, getting on a flight is a pretty straightforward process.
A few of us had already booked our flights, and we were heading home.
One of the pilots, a man named Robert, told me the other two passengers were going to join them.
Robert told me that I could pick a flight, which I was happy to do because it was just a short flight, and then he and another pilot would take us to Brisbane.
I had the option to sit in the middle seat.
Before we got on the plane with the other six people, we checked in, checked out, and got our flight tickets.
Then, we boarded the flight, where the rest of the passengers went to their seats.
Once on the flight to Brisbane, we were put in the same flight as the first group of people.
When the flight landed, we all got off at the airport.
We were taken to the main terminal, which we didn’s have any toilets, and the whole flight was a bit chaotic.
Most people had to sit down, because seats were packed.
Several passengers, including my girlfriend and I, got out of the aircraft, walked around, and waited in line.
Our flight was going to be delayed for three hours.
During that time, the pilot told me he was going back to Sydney to find out what was going on.
Later that day, he called me and told me I’d probably have to sit next to him on the next flight.
Soon after, he was waiting for me to leave, when we were all told to get on the same plane.
The first flight was to Brisbane for four hours, and by the time we were getting off the plane in Sydney, we had all been waiting about three hours in line to go home.
I asked Robert what was the plan.
What was the first thing we should do?
Robert said, we should go back to Brisbane and then fly to Sydney.
This was when we started thinking about going back, and what we were going there to do if the situation did not improve.
So, the first step in doing this is to get in touch with Robert and tell him what is going on with the airport and what to do about the transfer.
That’s when we found out that the transfer was happening, and that the passengers were being transferred.
And Robert explained that it was because he was the only one on the airport plane.
“We’ve just got two seats, and there are people in the other seats waiting to be transferred,” Robert told me.
About 10 minutes after we had landed, Robert called me back.
From what I could tell, he told me it was an internal problem at the Brisbane airport.
I went to Robert and asked him if there was anything we could do about it.
With no time to think, I asked him what he could do.
He said he would give me his best advice.
To help me understand the situation, I told him what was happening.
His advice was simple.
If the transfer didn’t improve, he