Regular readers will know I don't like returning from holiday without squeezing a blog post out of it, which brings me to the question of the dire state of Easyjet's fins (vertical stabilisers).
Easyjet cabins always seem to be in surprisingly good condition, considering the lives they lead. But at London Gatwick I saw first one, and then another A320 with fins that looked like they'd been vandalised. Just a fluke I thought, but then at Faro, Portugal I ended up being stabilised around the normal axis by the shocker on Oscar Hotel below. (Now Ryanair - dire experience, lurid cabins that keep you awake even without the sales messages, but I've never heard any complaints about their fins.)