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Skyclub House Rules… no dragons in the Skyclubs! Funny Friday prize giveaway

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Ahhh… relaxing in the Sky Club between flights. It can be such a peaceful place. This is thanks, in part, to the vigorous enforcement of various “House Rules” by the ever watchful Sky Club agents who monitor the entrances with hawk-like attentiveness ready to pounce on the slightest infraction.

Included among these mostly routine and reasonable guidelines I was amused to discover a list of pets not allowed into a Sky Club. A fairly extensive list of all the cuddly critters that must be left at home, as you can see…

 

Monkeys

Rabbits

Pot-bellied pigs

Reptiles

Frogs

Mice & Rats

Sugar gliders

Spiders

 

So the next time you walk into a Sky Club prepared to take in all the wonderful comforts and conveniences you’ve come to expect, you can thank our wonderful airline for making sure it stays that way. Then you can remind yourself that you couldn’t possibly have encountered a “dragon” in there, as they would be prohibited under the “Reptiles” category!

 

And since it has been a while, let’s have some fun. In the comments section below on the blog, let me know what “critter” above you would least (or most) like to see walk in to a Skyclub for a chance to win a Delta Points swag “bag” including a T-Shirt, a Delta Points Luggage Tag and a Delta “Tail” Key chain! I will also today select a winner for the same prize from the e-Mail subscriber list 🙂   I will have the blog drawing at 8:PM EST today – René

 

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René de Lambert is a contributing writer and the founder of RenesPoints. He is an avid Delta and SkyTeam flyer who has held Delta’s top Diamond Medallion status for many years and flown millions of miles.

54 Comments

  1. i think they SHOULD allow bunnies! heck, they should even PROVIDE them 🙂
    what else could be more relaxing than a cute cuddly furball to play with between flights?

  2. Since we have a tarantula in our house, I’ll go with most like to see spiders!

  3. Michael H.(oldfox) Reply

    Spiders….. Can’t stand them. Was bitten by a Brown Recluse Spider when I was a little on. Never forgot that!

  4. The bunny would be a fun visitor for sure. I don’t want to see the spider at all!

  5. The pig, hands down. It’s crowded enough in most lounges already!!

  6. No snakes (on a plane, or in a lounge) please!

    There seems to be no prohibition against polar bears…how did they miss that one?

  7. Velociraptor – I do and do not want to see one. Kinda more do, though.

  8. I’d like to see a monkey banging together those metal snack tub lids!

  9. I love all those animals…it would be like a petting zoo. Something to do between flights.

  10. I’d go for a monkey dressed as a cowboy riding the pot-bellied pig. Now that would be a great story to retell…

  11. Tamara Nonsprinklite Reply

    Hmm…I think the cute frog should be allowed.

    A vulture boards an airplane, carrying two dead raccoons. The stewardess looks at him and says, “I’m sorry, sir, only one carrion allowed per passenger.”

  12. I think the pig would be the one I would least like to see. Just too big to not get inbthe way.

  13. LivedinItaly Reply

    Would love to see penguins in the Sky Club! I have seen them on board flights so there is ample opportunity to see them in the Sky Clubs. 🙂

  14. Definetly would like to see a rat walk into the sky club. The reason being sometimes I feel like we are all lab rats waiting to see what “experiment” our lovely Delta will put us through next 🙂

  15. I would like to see that multi-colored frog! That thing looks pretty cool.

  16. I would love to see bunnies or a penguin on à flight. They are quiet ,loveable and dont make a mess 🙂
    I could not see a a bird of any sorts.. Just to loud

  17. any poisonous snake (recent encounter)………others don’t bother me though

  18. I would not want spiders and I would love baby penguins to be in the club.

  19. Most like to see one of those red eyed tree frogs. Those things are pretty sweet.

  20. Michael Klayman Reply

    So Kitties are OK? My cat always tries packing herself in my luggage.

    • @Michael – yup but they must stay in the cage in the club. No prowling the skyclub allowed! 🙂 (Unless they are a service animal then they can walk around all they want).

  21. I would probably most like to see the sugar gliders, because they are at least in the spirit of flying.

  22. I agree with BostonBen. Having a Sugar Glider soar around would be great

  23. I would least like to see
    Mice and rats walk into the sky club
    Ugh
    They are so jelly like wiggling their ways over
    Under and through 
    Included in this category – squirrels
    Ugh

  24. No spiders, I would destroy the lounge at sight of one. Rabbits would be cool to see hopping around though.

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