Airlines ban hunters' big-game 'trophies' after uproar over Cecil the lion
Delta Airlines made a similar announcement earlier Monday.

Delta, American and United Airlines announced they will no longer ship big-game animal carcasses, or ‘trophies’, for hunters who want to bring their kill home.

Bit of old news to cover since I haven’t had much time to post here lately.  In the wake of the Cecil incident, quite a few airlines, both American and overseas, have joined Emirates Airlines and stopped transporting sport hunting trophies, including Lufthansa, Air France, KLM, Iberia, IAG Cargo, Singapore Airlines, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Air Canada, and Qantas.

The decision is not restricted to only airlines either, as the Mediterranean Shipping Company also announced they would be enforcing a ban on hunting trophies:

On the unfortunate flip side, South African Airlines, which was the first airline to announce an embargo on hunting trophy cargo back in April, then reversed it’s position again in July and announced it would once more allow transport of lion, rhino, elephant, and tiger trophies:

(Not a very hard decision for them, I’m sure, after seeing how many other airlines were banning and how there was suddenly a nice niche hole in the market that needed filling…)

I guess no one will share this but you will share a fight or something indecent amongst our people. Two african american female pilots. Captain and first offcer,the flight attendants are also african american. Shout out to DELTA AIRLINES for affording these opportunities to our very well accomplished women.


I don’t believe this

This is an actual thing that will be used on actual airplanes

I can’t decide if this is the worst or best thing I have ever seen


Delta why