Punya Penyakit Celiac, Penumpang ANA Hanya diberi Satu Buah Pisang

first_imgSaat penerbangan tersebut, penumpang lainnya diberikan makanan penuh ala Inggris untuk sarapan. “Saya didatangi seorang pramugari, di berkata ‘Kami menyediakan makanan spesial untuk Anda,’ dan saat itu saya mendapat kan pisang,” ujar Pavelka.www.dailymail.co.ukKemudian dia bertanya kepada pramugari “Apakah ini sebuah lelucon?” dan pramugari hanya berkata , “Saya benar-benar minta maaf, itu makanan bebas gluten.” Menurut Pavelka, dengan sebuah pisang tidak akan membuatnya kenyang, apalagi dalam penerbangan jarak jauh. Dirinya juga mengaku telah melakukan pengaduan kepada maskapai, tetapi belum mendapat tanggapan. “Penumpang lain melihat dan menertawakan saya. Saya pikir pramugari menyadari hal yang tidak beres. Kesalahannya pasti ada di satu bagian manajemen,” ujarnya.Baca juga: Nikmati Perjalanan dengan Makanan dan Minuman SehatDalam menanggapi kasus ini, All Nippon Airwasy (ANA), mengatakan bahwa pisang adalah makanan ringan bebas gluten yang disediakan dalam penerbangan, tetapi bukan makanan untuk Pavelka. Juru bicara ANA mengatakan, pihaknya sangat bangga dalam memberikan pengalaman yang baik bagi semua penumpang apalagi untuk Pavelka.Makanan yang ada di All Nippon Airways“Kami telah meminta maaf kepadanya secara pribadi dan sebagai hasil dari pengalamannya, kami meninjau kebijakan kami mengenai pilihan bebas gluten dan bagaimana layanan mereka. Selama penerbangan internasional di rute Tokyo-Sydney, ada dua layanan makanan. Pelayanan pertama adalah makanan lengkap satu jam setelah keberangkatan dan yang kedua adalah layanan kudapan dua jam sebelum kedatangan”, ujar juru bicara ANA.Baca juga: Mau Jadi Penumpang Sempurna? Sebaiknya Baca IniPihaknya mengatakan, untuk mengakomodasi berbagai kebutuhan makanan penumpang, sebenarnya ada beberapa pilihan makana termasuk bebas gluten yang bisa penumpang pilih saat membeli tiket. Seperti contoh masalah Pavelka yang memesan makanan bebas gluten dan makanan ringannya yang juga bebas gluten. Saat itu, Pavelka memilih pisang untuk makanan bebas gluten.“Kami berusaha semaksimal mungkin untuk memenuhi kebutuhan penumpang dan dalam situasi ini, kami mengakomodasi permintaan makanan tambahan tamu kami dengan menyediakan makanan reguler tambahan serta hidangan pembuka dari menu reguler untuk makanan ringannya. Untuk menyiratkan bahwa ANA hanya melayani pisang untuk penerbangan dengan panjang ini tidak benar,”ujar juru bicara ANA.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related Hal konyol terjadi pada seorang penumpang maskapai All Nippon Airways (ANA) dalam penerbangan dari Tokyo, Jepang menuju Sydney, Australia. Seorang penumpang bernama Martin Pavelka penderita celiac yang mengharuskan dirinya memakan makanan bebas gluten. Namun, dalam penerbangan selama sembilan jam itu, Pavelka hanya diberi sebuah pisang untuk sarapan.Dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari dailymail.co.uk (4/5/2017), Pavelka mengatakan untuk menuju Sydney dari Tokyo menghabiskan uang untuk menaiki penerbangan ANA sebanyak £1.200 dan mendapat pisang sebagai sarapan. Pria 32 tahun ini, kaget dengan hanya diberi satu buah pisang selama penerbangan dan mengaku kecewa dengan pelayanan ANA. Padahal sebelumnya dirinya tidak pernah mendapatkan perlakuan seperti ini setiap memesan makanan bebas gluten setiap perjalanan penerbangannya.Baca juga: Kenali Jenis Makanan Khusus dalam Penerbanganlast_img read more

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Ten Thoughts on the Penguins Before Round Two Begins

first_imgFollowing their first round victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs in six games, the task for the Washington Capitals gets significantly harder as they take on the defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins in a second round series that starts at 7:30 pm on Thursday night at the Verizon Center.Here are ten thoughts on the Pens as we head into game one.1. Pittsburgh had a ton of injuries this season, but they still managed to stay close to the Capitals in the standings until very late in the campaign. They are an extremely well coached team led by the best player in the league, Sidney Crosby. Coach Mike Sullivan’s club is playing well right now despite the fact that they are missing defenseman Kris Letang, forward Carl “Cap Killer” Hagelin, and goaltender Matt Murray due to injury. Letang is done for the season while Murray is not even skating, yet. Hagelin is a possibility to return, at some point, during this series.2. The Pens scored 21 goals in five games against the Columbus Blue Jackets in round one. They notched them in so many different ways, too. Here’s the break down on those tallies: Eight from offensive zone pressure shifts, six power play markers (officially only five, but Evgeni Malkin’s goal in game two came just one second after a CBus penalty expired), four rush goals, one off of a face off, one as a result of a strong forecheck, and one empty net tally. Six power play goals jumps out there, the Capitals cannot afford to take careless penalties.3. A big key to those goals is how decisive they are with the puck, they pass it quickly to open space and it leads to a lot of one timers. They were able to exploit a very young Blue Jackets defense and get Vezina Trophy candidate, Sergei Bobrovsky, moving around quite a bit, which made it easier to find open looks. Columbus never knew what hit them.4. Another thing they like to do is use the long stretch pass out of their zone from a defenseman to the forwards. If the opponent makes a mistake in the neutral zone or has a bad line change, they typically exploit it. The Caps must be crisp in the neutral zone and make sure they get pucks deep into the Penguins zone, especially when they are changing players.5. When it comes to getting pucks to the net, I’ve already mentioned how quickly they do that. What makes them even more dangerous is all of their forwards are skilled at crashing the cage. Patric Hornqvist, Jake Guentzel, Bryan Rust, Nick Bonino, and Scott Wilson all had in close tallies in round one. Guentzel and Rust each had five goals in the five game series and most of them were from just outside the paint. Chris Kunitz is another player who specializes in dirty goals, but he was out due to injury in round one. He is expected to suit up for the series opener. Crosby is a wizard when he has the puck behind the opponents cage so it is imperative that Washington does a very good job in picking up Penguins forwards in front and around the net when #87 has the puck. The Blue Jackets failed in that area miserably.6. Pittsburgh is missing Letang on the back end, and he was a work horse for the Pens against the Capitals last spring logging over 25 minutes a game. However, this season the team has learned to play without him since he’s been on the sidelines since February. As a result, they have three pairs of defenders that get pretty even ice time based on the Columbus series: Justin Schultz and Ian Cole, Olli Maatta and Trevor Daley, and Brian Dumoulin and Ron Hainsey.7. The Penguins are very difficult to beat on their home ice. In fact, you have to go back to December 14, 2015 to find the last time the Capitals won in Pittsburgh. That’s six straight losses at the Igloo II, counting last spring’s playoffs.8. With Murray injured in the game one warm-ups against Columbus, Marc-Andre Fleury was thrown into the battle in goal. It was literally baptism by fire in these 2017 Playoffs for the 2009 Stanley Cup Champion and his perfect 16 save performance in period one stabilized things for the Pens until they found their game. They then quickly demolished Columbus. If Coach John Tortorella’s squad gets a goal or two in that opening frame, is the series different? We’ll never know because Fleury was so good in net to start the series.9. Washington did well containing the Crosby and Malkin lines last spring, but it was the Hagelin-Bonino-Phil Kessel third line that did them in. This go round, that line is not together due to the knee injury to #62. However, Crosby, Malkin, and Kessel are playing as well as ever. Malkin, who was battling an upper body injury in the playoffs last year, is at the peak of his game now and is very difficult to take off of the puck. Kessel is on his line, along with Rust and they’ve been on fire. The best way to stop Malkin is to prevent him from getting the biscuit. He’s in beast mode heading into round two and leads the NHL in playoff scoring.10. The Caps have spent all kinds of time and effort since last May’s playoff loss to put themselves in position for a rematch. They’ve added Lars Eller, Brett Connolly, and Kevin Shattenkirk to their lineup to try and match the Penguins fast paced play. They are a year more experienced, which has proven to bode well for Dmitry Orlov, Nate Schmidt, and Evgeny Kuznetsov so far in this postseason. So now they’ve finally gotten to this point and have their chance to slay the dragon, once and for all. It will not be easy. The Penguins are the Defending Champs, and therefore, King of the Hill, until they are defeated. Last season’s series, which was razor close just like the movie Rocky, was essentially the Stanley Cup Finals in round two. 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Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott says he felt ‘a little rusty’ in first game back from holdout

first_imgDallas quarterback Dak Prescott completed 25 of his 32 passes for 405 yards with four touchdowns in the win. Make that 4 TD passes for @Dak! #NYGvsDAL pic.twitter.com/XpMFUqqYEd— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) September 8, 2019The Cowboys are set to face the Redskins on the road in Week 2. “Obviously, I was a little rusty,” Elliott said, via the Dallas Morning News. “I didn’t play the best game. I have a lot I can improve on. But that’s going to take time, and it’s about getting more reps and being out there longer.” Related News Titans’ Delanie Walker: Browns are ‘who we thought they were’ Elliott split carries with Tony Pollard ⁠— they each received 13 ⁠— and finished with 53 yards on the ground in Dallas’ 35-17 victory. He scored his first touchdown of the season on a 10-yard run in the third quarter. It’s time to feast 🍽@EzekielElliott scores his first TD of the season! #NYGvsDAL pic.twitter.com/Md6YYz1Cvn— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) September 8, 2019“I thought Zeke did a good job,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said after the game. “Obviously, he missed a lot of time in training camp and practiced just three days this past week, so we wanted to be mindful of how many reps we gave him in the game. I thought we did a pretty good job of that. He ended up being in a couple of longer drives in the first half, so I think he got up over 35 snaps in the game. But it seemed like he handled it well.”It looked like he ran the way Zeke runs. I know over time, when he practices a little bit more and gets a little more game experience, he’ll get more comfortable. But he’s a really good football player, and it’s good to have him back.” Ezekiel Elliott doesn’t think he had his best performance Sunday. The 24-year-old star was back in the Cowboys’ backfield in their Week 1 win over the Giants after holding out for the entire preseason. Elliott, who signed a six-year, $90 million extension last week, was asked to evaluate his play against New York during a postgame press conference.  Baker Mayfield confident Browns ‘are going to bounce back’ after loss to Titans Dolphins deny report players have requested trades after blowout Week 1 loss to Ravenslast_img read more

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