London Air Service flew Jaeger Mah into Vancouver
Mah begins his 80 day live-in storyteller assignment
London Air Service flew
Jaeger Mah in a Learjet 45 last week into Vancouver International
Airport to begin his 80
day assignment as the airport live-in storyteller.
London Air Service flew over
the airport to give the storyteller a bird’s eye view of where he will be
spending all of the next 80 days. During the period Mah will meet, speak and
interview airport workers, the public and travelers who use the airport.
Mah is a 29 year old Vancouver
resident who won a local competition and for the next 80 days will be armed with
a video camera to record what actually happens during the day and night at the
airport. He will not leave the airport, eating inside the terminal, sleeping
and doing his laundry at the on-site Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel. His
reports will be posted on a number of social media sites.