Filed under: The Cockpit Chronicles Apparently I've run out of things to complain about, aside from the occasional gripe about the glossiness of the paint on the office walls which was supposed to be flat. There is little in my life that I can truly complain about, especially in light of the current events unfolding after the earthquake in Japan this week. **Let's live a little, shall we?** Both my wife and I have discussed changing things up a bit lately-doing something more radical than switching to LED light bulbs in the living room, for example. I even agonized publicly about a few new flying options on my personal blog last month. Fortunately for airline pilots, there's an easy way to thoroughly turn your life upside down-at my company, all it takes is a simple keystroke on the computer: 3P/LGA/767/FO/I. For those of you who aren't fluent in SABRE codes, that means that I have officially transferred to NY. I'll be flying the same airplane, thus saving myself six weeks of simulator and ground school training. Nevertheless, it'll add some commuting time to my day. I've been fortunate in my career to fly from an airport in Boston that's ...
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