Airport Name Jokes

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  1. John F Kennedy, Indira Gandhi, John Lennon... History shows if you don't want your child assassinated, don't name them after an airport.
  2. A man and his wife barely made it in time to the airport Husband: "We should have taken the fridge with us"
    Wife: "In the name of God, why?"
    Husband: "Our tickets are on it"
  3. Standing in Schiphol airport, I overheard the two women next to me. One was trying to remember the name of the Dutch company that builds jet planes. I knew the answer and thought.... Fokker.
  4. Kennedy, Lennon, Gandhi If you don't want you kids assassinated, don't name them after an airport.
  5. TIL there is an airport in Paris named after a former French President • ORLY?
    - No Charles De Gaulle
  6. An Israeli lands in New Delhi Airport. Reaches the passport control -Name?
    -David Cohen
    -No, just sightseeing... For now
  7. During the lockdown, they changed the names of the flight areas in airports to waystations They thought 'terminal' was a bit off putting
  8. Did you hear, they are changing the name of the airport in Los Angeles? I guess now it will be ex-lax.
  9. Mitt Romney was in my dream last night... Real dream. We were at the airport, and as we boarded the plane I turned to him and said "Aww, c'mon man, you named your plane Airforce 1%?"
  10. Why does Liverpool have an airport named after John Lennon? Because it's the first place he went once he got some money

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  1. My name is Jack Never say "Hi" to me at the airport.

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Putin lands at Helsinki airport...

...and the immigration officer says "Name?". "Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin". "Address?" "Kremlin, Moscow, Russia". "Occupation?" "No, this time just visiting".
Credit goes to a dude in the Finland thread. Made me laugh.

At Munich Airport

A young man approaches an Olympic athlete carrying a long pole and asks are you a pole vaulter?
The man clearly annoyed responds no, I'm German, and how did you know my name is Walter?!

Angela Merkel visits Athens for a farewell visit before stepping down as Chancellor

She arrives at the airport and is stopped by the customs official.
"Angela Dorothea Merkel."
"No, just visiting for a few days."

An arab at airport

An arab at airport:
\- Name?
\- Abdul Al Razhib.
\- s**...?
\- Three to five times a week.
\- No, no, I mean: male or female?
\- Yes... male, female, sometimes camel.
\- Holly cow!
\- Yes... cow, dog, even sheep.
\- But isn't that hostile?
\- Horse style, d**..., any style!
\- Oh, dear!
\- No, no... deer run to fast!

(nsfw) An arab man goes to the airport to take a flight

- Name?
- Abdul Al Razhib.
- s**...?
- Three to five times a week.
- No, no, I mean: male or female?
- Yes... male, female, sometimes camel.

An Arabian guy at the airport

- name?
- ahmed al-rhazib.
- s**...?
- three to five times a week.
- no, no… i mean male or female?
- male, female, sometimes camel.
- holy cow!
- yes, cow, sheep, animals in general.
- but isn't that hostile?
- horse style, d**..., any style!
- oh dear!
- no, no! deer run too fast

Super Bowl tickets!

Last minute I realize but a friend of mine has two tickets for the Super Bowl in Inglewood, CA at SOFI stadium Tomorrow.
They are box seats that he spent $8,500 a piece for which includes a ride from the airport, open bar, and a pass to the winners locker room.
What he did not realize was last year when he purchased them that this is the same day as his wedding. If you are interested, he is looking for someone to take his place.

It's at St. Paul's church at 3 pm. Her name is Ashley and she is 5'5 and about a 110 pounds. She is a good cook and enjoys the outdoors.

An arab at the airport

-Abduhl al razhib!
-Three to five times a week!
-No, no... I mean male or female?
-Male, female sometimes camel.
-Holy cow!
-Yes, cow, sheep animals in general.
- Oh dear.
-No, no deer run to fast.

Did you know that the French love the Internet so much, that they've named an airport in honour of a meme.


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