Jun 8, 2017

Does British Airways' explanation stack up?

I'm told the buttons are mounted on the wall though and should be protected by a perspex box with a lift-up flap. I'm told you normally need to turn a special key at the same time to return the power. I'm told, "Alarms would have been going off all over the place. It would have been obvious who was the culprit, he wouldn't/shouldn't have been allowed to do anything else". BA would never carry out IT changes during busy periods, I'm told. I've been told about a builder once hitting the red button with a ladder, and a manager hitting it by mistake and never living it down.

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