.how do i make a birthday reques
can i make a birthday request for someone on a flight?
mums special 50th birthday will be flying that day can i get an annoucement made on board?
I think the best way to appraoch it is to ring the airline and ask them the protocol on such things. I'm sure there's been many a happy declaration come over the radio on a flight before, why not your mums 50th? Ring, ask, see what they say. I'd imagine if they're fine with it, you'll be told how to go about it. No doubt that will involve someone asking the flight crew on the day. Get on the phone - don't know who you're flying with but I know EasyJet are particularly helpful, and BMI. Good luck
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