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Is there a oneworld airport voice?

Is there a oneworld airport voice?

  1. Batterytraveller

    Arrived in DOH from PER a few hours ago and sitting in the Al Mourjan lounge (no krug (billecart-salmon) but try the shakshuka eggs).

    I noticed walking through the terminal that the English announcements use the same voice as Heathrow T5 (possibly other terminal but I haven’t been through them recently), but can check in T4 when I land later.

    The reason I noticed it is because I find the voice a little strange. In London it seems out of place as it is not a definable English accent. It is more like nondescript Eastern European one spoken by a lady with a cold.

    I was wondering if this was a oneworld airport brand standard.

    I’m also wondering just how bored I am right now to be considering this fact.

  2. Batterytraveller

    I was wrong about the Krug. You have to ask for it.

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