Welcome to NoMasCoach!
Ladies and Gentleman, thank you for joining NoMasCoach.com, BoardingArea’s newest blog. In order to make your journey a more pleasant one, we invite you to pay attention to the following important messages.
We want to come clean about something… we’re obsessed with travel, and we like to do it in style. So much so that we’ve gone so far as to travel back in time to achieve this goal.
We also feel it important to remind you how to buckle your safety belt and keep it low and tight across your waist. Insert the metal fitting into the buckle. To release, just lift the flap. No seriously, buckle your safety belt. It could prevent some serious injuries. We suggest you keep it fastened throughout the entire NoMasCoach experience.
There are several emergency exits to this website. If you’re using a mac, it’s the red dot on the top left. If you’re using a PC, it’s the X on the top right. If you’re using a mobile device… you should know how to use it.. We do ask, however, that you don’t exit and that you stay, read, and hopefully enjoy our articles. And… subscribe to the blog’s newsletter to receive updates when we post new things.
In the event of an amazing mistake fare or a post about an exciting airfare deal, you may need emergency oxygen. Remain calm and take a deep breath, but act fast. Most deals don’t stay around long. Make sure to book your own amazing deal before assisting others with booking their own deals.
In the event of a water landing, life vests can be located under your seats, of if you’re travelling in Emirates business class, EgyptAir business class, Etihad first class, Emirates first class, Korean Air business class, or any of the other great premium class products out there, your life vest is between the seats.
Before take off, your devices must be in airplane mode. Make sure to add our posts to your reading lists on your mobile devices to enjoy our content at 35,000 feet.
We remind you this is a NON SMOKING flight, unless you’re flying on Egypt air where the ashtrays are located in the seat armrests. Also, you can smoke in the lounge if you like as well… there’s plenty of places to do that.
While we don’t have safety information cards for our website, we do have a nifty search button at the top. Feel free to enter whatever you’d like to read about and leave a comment or two.
If you require assistance while reading this blog, please remain seated and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org where a member of our crew will be happy to assist.
On behalf on NoMasCoach and the entire crew,I’d like to thank you for joining us on this trip and we’re looking forward to seeing you here on board again in the near future. Sit back, relax and enjoy the read!