I could not believe it, but Lufthansa first class has some of the worst in-flight cuisine. I am not sure how or why they selected these chefs, but it was dreadful. Chef Teruyuki and Thomas Bühner should think twice before endorsing such low quality.
The goose was one of the principle courses, who eats goose on a 12 hour flight, how can you digest these birds. I looked out the window and I hoped I wouldn’t see them flying nearby the aircraft engines.
The Hudson River crash left questions about how a little flying animal could down a big airliner. Bird strikes, or the collision of an aircraft with an airborne bird, tend to happen more often than you think, and especially with Canadian Geese.
The incidents are serious particularly when geese, are sucked into a jet engine and strike an engine fan blade. That impact displaces the blade such that it strikes another blade and a cascade can occur, resulting in engine failure.
Canadian Geese sometimes get splattered: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVq3dfDDFKY