Rejected Takeoff, Santa B20J

On December 24, 2018 an unusually large number of wish lists had arrived for Santa and his elves. Santa realized that the load this year might’ve been too much for his sled this year. Remembering that he had received the B320 Regional Jungle Jet “which is a common effort and a combination of all advantages of the Boeing aircraft, the Airbus A320 family, the Bombardier CRJ aircraft and Embraer ERJs,” he decided to go with the B20J instead. He and his elfs had loaded the jet up with all the presents of the girls and boys of the world and had applied takeoff power when he realized and important detail and performed a rejected takeoff. The important detail he had realized was that he had forgot Rudolph, and would not want to risk navigating without him in the low visibility. Santa went and found Rudolph, where Rudolph said “I can’t fly on that piece of alloy and plastics compound and without my comrades Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Dunder and Blixem. And did you think about that FAA overflight permission, which has been issued to our good ole wooden sleigh and not that piece of alloy and plastics compound?” Santa conceded Rudolph’s point and had the elves redo the math. They found that the sled would be within MTOW and decided to go with the sled instead. A FAA inspector later told Santa “Your type rating does not include the B20J!”

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this is a joke

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