It’s pretty wet in the Faroe Islands. So you would expect that some things might shrink a bit in all that water.
I’m slightly concerned that it appears to also be shrinking the planes.
When I checked in at Stansted I was assigned seat 17F a seat on the back row.
The fact that the plane only went back to row 17 already indicated that this wasn’t the largest of aircraft.
We were called forward to the gate 10 minutes early and I was one of the first people to board, which was lucky as I walked down the plane and got the distinct feeling that there was something missing.
What were missing were rows 16 and 17.
They did sort of exist, in so much as there was a 16 A, B, C and a 17 A and C, but no D’s, E’s or F’s for either row.
I checked with the stewardess who suggested I sit in 15F for the moment as the flight was almost full, but they didn’t normally fill those rows.
Thankfully nobody boarded with a boarding card for 15F, but it’s a bit of a concern that between the details being loaded into the system and the plane arriving it had shrunk by two rows.
Of course, there is always the chance that it was just ServiceAir being incompetent...