Blog: Not just Honda flooded in Thailand
Graeme Roberts | 25 November 2011
Unless you've been on Mars for the last couple of months, you'll probably be well aware of the problems facing automakers - especially Honda - and suppliers after the worst floods in Thailand in decades.
But spare a thought for engineers at this Thai airline - it's one thing to drain out a car, or a car or parts factory, but think of the difficulty, and potential cost, of drying out and making safe this Airbus.
As the caption says: "At it's highest level it appears the water was about a foot above the bottom of the engine nacelle. Now going on three weeks sitting in the water..."
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