This is the new two-page form that everyone entering Poland needs to complete. It’s provided by the airline, although it was only handed out after landing and customers couldn’t leave the aircraft until they’d completed it. This is a slightly odd arrangement as it means customers without pens had to borrow them from others, which negates the non-sharing rule, although fortunately I always have a pen in case I need to fill out a voucher for discounted fast food. One customer didn’t seem keen to fill it in and tried to walk off without handing it over, but the Polish authorities stopped him and walked him back somewhere. It’s quite a detailed form, but at least it means that in the case of emergency the authorities can easily get in touch with those who had been on board.
- Warsaw – Warsaw Chopin Airport
- Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue – Day 181