(CNN) For years, cabin greetings such as "Good morning ladies and gentlemen" have been as much part of the flying experience as safety demonstrations and seat belt buckling instructions.
Dear @easyJet, are you in some kind of competition to see how many times you can reinforce gender binaries? “Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls”, perfume strictly segrated again by “ladies and gentlemen”. Ditch sir/madam too. An organisation as huge as yours must do better.