Transavia flys with mice on board

A number of Boeing 707s operated by Transavia have been flying with mice in their electrical systems, the Telegraaf reports on Thursday.

The paper says airline management were aware of the problems and the risk of mice eating through wiring.
However, one manager considered the presence of mice not serious ‘as long as there is enough food on the floor for them,’ the Telegraaf said, quoting an internal memo.

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