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User currently onlinekann123air From United States of America, joined Jun 2009, 1007 posts, RR: 0
Posted (2 years 5 hours ago) and read 12035 times:

Found this on AA.com.....It clearly says: "....on a flight to Delhi with American Airlines." I thought AA 292/293 ORD-DEL was axed last year, what's going on?

http://www.aa.com/i18n/travelInforma...inationInformation/delhi/delhi.jsp

I really hope they bring back this flight. Much better than Air India.


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User currently offlineLAXintl From United States of America, joined May 2000, 26166 posts, RR: 50
Reply 1, posted (2 years 4 hours ago) and read 11988 times:

That section does not have much to do with reality of where AA operates to, but AAvacations can still get you there.

For example, other old stations are covered there as well, plus ones AA has not served at all - eg - Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Seville, Prague, Singapore, etc...



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User currently onlinekann123air From United States of America, joined Jun 2009, 1007 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (2 years 4 hours ago) and read 11912 times:

Quoting LAXintl (Reply 1):

Oops, haha, that is true!! Thanks!



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User currently offlineLFutia From Netherlands, joined Dec 2002, 3357 posts, RR: 31
Reply 3, posted (2 years 2 hours ago) and read 11451 times:
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Quoting kann123air (Thread starter):
I really hope they bring back this flight. Much better than Air India.

This is true, it was very popular but also very long. I'm not a huge fan of super long-haul flights and in regards to Air India, I fly KLM.

Leo/ORD



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User currently offlinethekennady From United States of America, joined Nov 2008, 394 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (2 years ago) and read 11195 times:

Im still upset this route was cut, it stings. Was a unique and popular route for AA. At least ORD Still has AI daily.

User currently offlineetops1 From United States of America, joined Nov 2005, 1112 posts, RR: 1
Reply 5, posted (2 years ago) and read 11077 times:

High chance it will come back as a result of a merger .

User currently offlinedirtyfrankd From United States of America, joined Apr 2011, 196 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 23 hours ago) and read 10943 times:

Quoting etops1 (Reply 5):
High chance it will come back as a result of a merger .

Don't see what a possible merger with US has to do with re-starting this route.

I would say that there is a good chance of it coming back as a result of Ch.11 restructuring as well as re-configured 772s which are better suited for this route. Merger has nothing to do with it...that I can see at least.


User currently offlinemah4546 From Sweden, joined Jan 2001, 33289 posts, RR: 71
Reply 7, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 22 hours ago) and read 10815 times:

I can't believe somebody would actually try to a claim a merger with US would for some reason bring the route back. It won't.

However, in an internal outline of how AA plans to grow its route network between 2013 and 2017, returning to India was indeed included. This plan assumes no merger with US Airways.



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User currently onlinekann123air From United States of America, joined Jun 2009, 1007 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 22 hours ago) and read 10793 times:

Quoting etops1 (Reply 5):
High chance it will come back as a result of a merger .

How?



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User currently offlineJOYA380B747 From India, joined Mar 2005, 570 posts, RR: 1
Reply 9, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 22 hours ago) and read 10753 times:

Nah I don't see it coming back anytime soon. Especially with the not so significant growth in pax numbers in the Indian aviation arena with all those ridiculous airport taxes....


If it wasn't for AI and those money mongers sitting in the parliament, 9W would have been as big as SQ...:(
User currently offlineLFutia From Netherlands, joined Dec 2002, 3357 posts, RR: 31
Reply 10, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 10628 times:
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Its a shame that a garbage airline like Air India serves my city Chicago. I wonder if United could make it work, but I'm sure would take a way a lot of feed from Lufthansa and Star carriers that serve Chicago.

Leo/ORD



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User currently offlinemanny From United States of America, joined Sep 2006, 474 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 10581 times:

Quoting LFutia (Reply 10):
Its a shame that a garbage airline like Air India serves my city Chicago. I wonder if United could make it work, but I'm sure would take a way a lot of feed from Lufthansa and Star carriers that serve Chicago

What's ironic is the "garbage" airline actually elbowed out AA from the DEL route. What does that say about AA ?

And do a photo search on the cabin interiors of the new 777's that are used by AI on this route before posting such an ignorant comment.


User currently offlineJOYA380B747 From India, joined Mar 2005, 570 posts, RR: 1
Reply 12, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 10549 times:

Quoting manny (Reply 11):
What's ironic is the "garbage" airline actually elbowed out AA from the DEL route.

Majorly because of Govt bailouts and support despite losses on any of its routes.



If it wasn't for AI and those money mongers sitting in the parliament, 9W would have been as big as SQ...:(
User currently offlineLFutia From Netherlands, joined Dec 2002, 3357 posts, RR: 31
Reply 13, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 10550 times:
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Quoting manny (Reply 11):
What's ironic is the "garbage" airline actually elbowed out AA from the DEL route. What does that say about AA ?

And do a photo search on the cabin interiors of the new 777's that are used by AI on this route before posting such an ignorant comment.

no need to do a search, its Air India's cheap cheap fares that pushed AA out. Just because it has a nice cabin doesnt mean anything. Its still a loss making carrier. Flight goes out empty all the time. United has stronger ties to Chicago than AA does.

As an Indian, I dont see my comment as being ignorant. Just stating the truth.

Leo/ORD



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User currently offlineRWA380 From United States of America, joined Feb 2005, 3461 posts, RR: 5
Reply 14, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 9518 times:

Quoting LAXintl (Reply 1):
other old stations are covered there as well, plus ones AA has not served at all - eg - Amsterdam

Indeed never served, but I have had confirmed reservations, and issued tickets, on AA to AMS, routed via ORD, but AA never started the route, we ended up flying via BRU taking the Thalys into Centaal Station, at least it was all F or J.



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User currently offlinethekennady From United States of America, joined Nov 2008, 394 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 14 hours ago) and read 9270 times:

Quoting manny (Reply 11):
What's ironic is the "garbage" airline actually elbowed out AA from the DEL route. What does that say about AA ?

Yea, and AA fed ORD-DEL through its own network but still could not sustain it. Does AI get any feed on ORD-DEL or is it strickly o&d? If so thats more weired. I wish i ran a airline that would not be allowed


User currently offlineVIDP From India, joined Feb 2010, 161 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 13 hours ago) and read 9040 times:

The flight actually originates in HYD so its HYD-DEL-ORD. And yes they do sell domestic connections along with the subject flight.

User currently offlinethekennady From United States of America, joined Nov 2008, 394 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 8892 times:

Quoting VIDP (Reply 16):
The flight actually originates in HYD so its HYD-DEL-ORD. And yes they do sell domestic connections along with the subject flight.


Yes i know there are connections in DEL. But what about ORD?


User currently offlineetops1 From United States of America, joined Nov 2005, 1112 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 11 hours ago) and read 8695 times:

US has stated before that DEL and Mumbai were a possibility once more AC were acquired . Well since US management will most likely be run the new AA and more AC will be available , I can see them restarting the route . It could be out of ORD, it could be out of DFW . Hell it could be out of PHL . Who knows ? You guys need to chill with all the US bashing . Every time someone mentions anything about US in reference to AA you guys get all defensive . Face it ! US is taking over AA but keeping the AA name . Doug Parker will likely be the new CEO of AA ! Get use to it ! Now go along boys and girls . And enjoy your little AA as it was for the remaining part of 2012 because once 2013 rolls in , The sign at AA hq in DFW is gonna read " Under New Management " .. Merry Christmas  

User currently offlineElPistolero From Canada, joined Feb 2012, 1039 posts, RR: 4
Reply 19, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 8169 times:

Quoting LFutia (Reply 13):

What truth would that be? From a pax perspective, AI's product on the route fares comparably to AA (frankly, whose wouldn't - AA is a bottom-of-the-barrel carrier by international standards).

Both airlines are loss-makers. In AI's defence,it is used as a govt plaything, has aircraft commandeered by the government on a whim, and loses premium seats to bureaucrats, politicians and their families for free. It doesn't even nickel-and-dime like AA. AA on the other hand ... bankrupt, outdated product, poor service. Oh, and its also a "loss-making" airline(I suppose that makes UA, AF etc "garbage" airlines too).

The problem with your argument (aside from the gratuitous insults) is that "nice cabins" and low fares tend to fare well, particularly against the likes of AA (at least until the 773 cabins become the norm, not to mention a wholesale change in the catering etc).

I hope AA does well and I hope it starts the route again. But for that to happen, it will have to match the nice cabin and low fares. Letting consumers decide can be a real problem for some airlines.


User currently offlineckfred From United States of America, joined Apr 2001, 5310 posts, RR: 1
Reply 20, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 7568 times:

Quoting LFutia (Reply 13):
United has stronger ties to Chicago than AA does.

The fact that UA has been headquartered in Chicago for many years doesn't mean that UA has stronger ties. AA has generally been the #2 carrier at ORD, as long as I can remember, which goes back to the mid 60s. While UA has the naming rights for the home arena of the Bulls and Blackhawks, in terms of corporate sponserships in Chicagoland, AA and UA are pretty even.


User currently offlineAA94 From United States of America, joined Aug 2011, 605 posts, RR: 2
Reply 21, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 7488 times:

Quoting etops1 (Reply 18):

And you're right behind us defending US, so it goes both ways.

Forgive my youthful naïveté, but why would a combined US/AA restart a route that has, traditionally, been operated at a loss in the past? I know that you seem to think that Doug Parker is the best thing since sliced bread, but I don't even think he's foolish enough to restart a route that comes with high costs and very low yields. You've presented no substantial case for the restarting of the route except for the fact that it was mentioned by US management at some point.

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On an aside, can anyone elaborate on how UA's EWR-DEL route does? I don't know anything about the market, and it would be useful to hear how the only US carrier does on their US-India flights.

[Edited 2012-12-25 10:15:05]


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User currently offlineLAXdude1023 From India, joined Sep 2006, 7812 posts, RR: 25
Reply 22, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 7461 times:

Quoting etops1 (Reply 18):
Well since US management will most likely be run the new AA and more AC will be available , I can see them restarting the route . It could be out of ORD, it could be out of DFW . Hell it could be out of PHL . Who knows ?


So your claim is that Doug Parker doesnt know how to run an airline?

If he does (which I believe), he wont restart a route that is going to bleed money. Its not about filling the planes, ORD, DFW, JFK, and LAX could fill a daily 77W with India O&D. PHL and MIA could fill a plane 5x weekly with India O&D. None of the above would make any money.

[Edited 2012-12-25 10:00:41]


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User currently offlineLFutia From Netherlands, joined Dec 2002, 3357 posts, RR: 31
Reply 23, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 7421 times:
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Quoting ElPistolero (Reply 19):
What truth would that be? From a pax perspective, AI's product on the route fares comparably to AA (frankly, whose wouldn't - AA is a bottom-of-the-barrel carrier by international standards).

Both airlines are loss-makers. In AI's defence,it is used as a govt plaything, has aircraft commandeered by the government on a whim, and loses premium seats to bureaucrats, politicians and their families for free. It doesn't even nickel-and-dime like AA. AA on the other hand ... bankrupt, outdated product, poor service. Oh, and its also a "loss-making" airline(I suppose that makes UA, AF etc "garbage" airlines too).

The problem with your argument (aside from the gratuitous insults) is that "nice cabins" and low fares tend to fare well, particularly against the likes of AA (at least until the 773 cabins become the norm, not to mention a wholesale change in the catering etc).

I hope AA does well and I hope it starts the route again. But for that to happen, it will have to match the nice cabin and low fares. Letting consumers decide can be a real problem for some airlines.

I guess I had too many bad experiences with Air India, I just find a reason to trash them at any time.

Quoting ckfred (Reply 20):
The fact that UA has been headquartered in Chicago for many years doesn't mean that UA has stronger ties. AA has generally been the #2 carrier at ORD, as long as I can remember, which goes back to the mid 60s. While UA has the naming rights for the home arena of the Bulls and Blackhawks, in terms of corporate sponserships in Chicagoland, AA and UA are pretty even.

My response was kind of half-assed. In terms of service to Chicago, United is the biggest one over AA. United has many more destinations than AA does from Chicago.

Leo/ORD



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User currently offlineAA94 From United States of America, joined Aug 2011, 605 posts, RR: 2
Reply 24, posted (1 year 12 months 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 7305 times:

Quoting LAXdude1023 (Reply 22):
If he does (which I believe), he wont restart a route that is going to bleed money. Its not about filling the planes, ORD, DFW, JFK, and LAX could fill a daily 77W with India O&D. PHL and MIA could fill a plane 5x weekly with India O&D. None of the above would make any money.

  



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25 manny : Still does not explain why you called Air India a garbage airline. Air India's fares were on part with AA's on this route. People who travel ie the p
26 mah4546 : You are living in a fantasyland of eight months ago. It's crystal clear that AMR's performance during bankruptcy has been outstanding. And while a US
27 LFutia : Have you ever flown Air India? Everything about it from Mangement up just screams garbage. there are other posts in the forums about Air India that e
28 9w748capt : AFAIK AI does not sell any through-connections on the ORD end via codeshare or other mechanism. Now if you go to expedia or orbitz, you can purchase
29 9w748capt : I'd suggest you read up a little bit about how AI does business. When you look at how AI operates (unlimited government/taxpayer bailouts to prop up
30 manny : Deflect much ? From a passengers point of view I would rather fly AI than AA.
31 manny : You sure do know how to go off tangent. Not everyone flying is an aviation enthusiast with an airliners.net subscription. In general the flying masse
32 IrishAyes : AI defenders need to do a reality check. Big picture look, and it is indeed a crap airline. Comparing its interior cabin views to that of AA's tells y
33 ElPistolero : I beg your pardon? Indians are "notoriously cheap"? Given that most (if not all) airlines don't have a problem filling premium cabins (India-UK is on
34 manny : You need to get a reality check. In general passengers do not focus on who owns the airline or the state of the balance sheet. What they care about i
35 gigneil : If they make it work, its going to be a 787. United prints cash these days. So does Delta. I can elaborate on what I've heard - route planning at UA
36 ElPistolero : I know DL does. I didn't know UA was back in the black. That aside, many airlines are still losing money.
37 IrishAyes : Not off tangent at all. I believe you were the one who originally made the claim that AI edged AA out of the market implying that they were able to d
38 dirtyfrankd : I realize that the Indian market is a high volume and low yield market, and that it's difficult to make a profit on unless planes are configured the r
39 IrishAyes : Everything is available in India now. The concept of bringing frivolous items back has become obsolete, although it still nevertheless happens. My in
40 LFutia : Does it matter much? If I say yes to being Indian, I get asked 5000 questions. I would rather say I'm from Suriname and use my Dutch accent than answ
41 thekennady : Everything else aside, its nice to see ORD have a Nonstop flight the India. Only 1 other metro and 2 other airports in north America can say that. Per
42 ElPistolero : I'm quite familiar with the Indian diaspora in Canada, what with being one of them. Canada's Indian population is simply not as affluent as its Ameri
43 aacun : Mr. Robert Crandall has been spotted near pilot ops frequently lately here in Miami. And he has been talking to people. What his future plans are? No
44 JCWR56 : Interesting topic, but having casual dicussions with folks down south, it's not even on the radar.
45 jfk777 : With all the bankruptcy things going on at AA returning to India is far down their list of concerns. When they went BK Dehli was the first long haul r
46 SATexan : AA failed on ORD-DEL for numerous reasons: 1. The 777s with a premium heavy configuration was a big factor. 2. The crew costs did not help AA. 3. The
47 Post contains images vin2basketball : BLR-SFO is huge and high yield, BLR-Texas is decent yield, as are BLR-NYC, -- pretty much BLR is the strongest yielding India-US market MIA-BOM could
48 IrishAyes : Well, I think that just sheds some light on a greater challenge that Canada will face as a whole in the next 5-10 years with regards to the roles tha
49 9w748capt : Dude get off your high horse and don't be so sensitive. I thought it was well established that yields on US-India routes are usually pretty poor. May
50 manny : Yes it is off tangent. Way off tangent! All I see is a lot of apologists. Face it. AI edged AA out of the market. Some posters who spend their lives
51 manny : Wow. Just WOW!
52 jfk777 : AA & UA operate almost mirror international routes out of ORD. NRT, PVG, PEK, LHR, and others are flown by both. One route AA surprisingly doesn'
53 9w748capt : Right back atcha. Which is why despite AA's DEL flights being packed to the gills (clearly some people were choosing to fly them over AI - not to men
54 9w748capt : Hahahaha, this is what we need to say "WOW" to. Other than a certain other poster active in the Indian Av thread I don't remember seeing quite the lo
55 Post contains images ElPistolero : Yes. And no. I lived in Delhi for the first half of my life and flew abroad quite a bit. While AI was always the cheapest option to LHR, my family ne
56 IrishAyes : Fine. Suit yourself and believe what you want to believe. No need to throw a tantrum. Yet, UA never went in to fly ORD-DEL. They even announced it pr
57 EddieDude : Maybe it could also be a good fit for a 2-class 77E with 9-abreast in Y and with a smaller J-class, which is the way AA is going to reconfigure its 7
58 9w748capt : I thought 77Es are also being "upgraded " to 10Y? Could be wrong though...
59 ElPistolero : Restricting EK had more to do with AC doing LH's bidding than with level playing fields. It spiralled out of control badly for political and ideologi
60 caliatenza : Also AA's codeshares on Cathay and Dragonair gives them an Indian presence
61 manny : How can a flight be packed to the gills and then the same flight suffer from premium heavy cabin ?
62 manny : Thats a very general statement. My statement was based on my personal experiences. I would choose the UA premium product any day any time over the AA
63 manny : Its not a tantrum its a true observation. If you want to see what a tantrum looks like check out the statement below: Now you see what a tantrum look
64 LAXdude1023 : Average paid fare. AI is a plaything for the Indian government. They dont have to make a profit and they know it. They charge bottom feeder prices th
65 Post contains images AA94 : You can't possibly be serious. I think that all of us realize the ridiculousness of your entire reply, so I will refrain from identifying all that is
66 manny : I have flown this route on AA in J. All classes were not packed to the gills. And i won't be surprised if any paying customer did not want to come ba
67 manny : The screenhandle for this poster starts with "AA". Coincidence ? Or as i said before
68 LAXdude1023 : Ok, but you arent making any point. The loads on ORD-DEL were very high, yet the route bled cash. Once AI came in, they had no chance. Its not becaus
69 9w748capt : Haha - you can't possibly be serious? I'm going to assume weak troll attempt. THAT was a tantrum? Bro I hope you got a dictionary for christmas! Well
70 manny : To a whole bunch of AA apologists why does anything else matter. Why can't you accept the fact that AA has a crappy product and got eased out of a ma
71 manny : You are entitled to your opinion. But you must be living in a parallel universe to come to such conclusions. For quite a few past years i have not he
72 Post contains images LAXdude1023 : Thanks for the laugh. Its been a bad day, I needed a pick me up and you provided that. If you would like to actually re-read what I wrote in the firs
73 Post contains images jonathanxxxx : AA apologist or not. AA's product didn't matter this time as AI would beat AA no matter what. As has been said the reason AI edged them out is becaus
74 manny : Another round of off tangent, defensive excuse making on how why AA could not make it. But the facts are AI edged AA out of that route. And its not t
75 LAXdude1023 : If you want to change it to "the Indian government shoved AA off ORD-DEL", ill agree. Until then, you are the one who needs to get their facts straig
76 jonathanxxxx : Personally, I'm not even that big of a fan of AA. I much prefer DL. The only thing I like about AA is their hub in MIA. That's it. Don't really know
77 9w748capt : HAHAHA this might have been your "shark jumping" moment for me. You've got quite the bit to learn about AA/AI if that's what you really believe. Go o
78 HOONS90 : Dear Manny, I come from a place where the two major airlines are rated five stars and four stars respectively. Yet I have flown AA on multiple occasi
79 IrishAyes : This whole thread has become comical to read. Is Manny the new username for MogandoCI, the same bloke that used to lurk the threads and hijack every t
80 manny : Facts are AI edged out AA. AI had the better product. AA had the lousy product. And what i still haven't brought up is how do you apologists explain
81 IrishAyes : For as many markets as AA has had to withdraw from over the years. I can assure you Delta has pulled out of 1.5 times as many. UA has also probably a
82 manny : Any proof or link. LOL. Imitation is......... I am not apologizing for anything. I do not have to. AI is better. And most of you have agreed with tha
83 factsonly : AA promoting a tourist destination 'not served' is not that strange. It is all about generating traffic. We need to distinguish between 'not served b
84 jonathanxxxx : Why don't YOU provide some facts about why AI is so much better than AA. Everything has been your opinion so far..
85 LAXdude1023 : AA has drawn down ORD-Europe (sans LHR) because UA handed their A$$ to them there. AA has struggled with NYC-Europe because DL was more agressive the
86 ripcordd : laxdude UA has not handed their a$$ to AA in europe AA is going towards code share fly everyone to LHR/MAD/HEL and let their partners do it from there
87 Post contains images AAIL86 : I've got a great idea ... maybe AA should give the Indian government a loan to the tune of several hundred million per year. India can then turn arou
88 manny : :facepalm:
89 EddieDude : Opps, my bad. You are absolutely right and that is what I meant to type. Maybe AA would have a better chance this time around with lower costs courte
90 9w748capt : That's basically what all of us have done while reading your countless senseless rants that have no basis in reality. Anyway we've all made our point
91 OzarkD9S : The word you're looking for is "dissent".
92 AA94 : My thoughts exactly. For my sanity, I think I will stop posting on this thread now. You're living in a fantasy world, and we all know it. Some people
93 mhkansan : I through-check bags and passengers on AI's ORD-DEL flight all the time. Not that AA has a codeshare agreement with them at all, but to say that AI's
94 9w748capt : I dont doubt it. I'm sure there are a large number of Indian graduate students at KSU who are only too happy to pay the bottom-feeder fares on AI to
95 LFutia : I agree! Been there, done that. pretty easy I say, just re-check in and present your bag tags. I always worked the Delhi flight for gate checking bag
96 manny : This is the douchebag playbook 101. 1. Go off tangent and offer something besides the point as facts. 2. Find safety in numbers. 3. When despite the
97 manny : Wow. Just Wow. And you contend you are an Indian. You still have to explain why AI is a garbage airline.
98 RWA380 : Here is what I have experienced, As a travel agent, Oakley was one of my larger clients, the assistant to the president was a wonderful lady, who was
99 LAXdude1023 : I flew the LAX-FRA leg on AI circa 2006. I paid $350 round trip including taxes at the time. I know the 77W's they fly now are nice, but that 744 sur
100 Gr8Circle : You seem to be one of the (many) AI bashers on this forum.....while I do accept that AI has lost its once held glory and descended to bad levels, the
101 VIDP : You seem to be talking about a era where AI used to operate oldies 747-400. All these aircrafts are long gone now. All they have now is the new 777,s
102 aeroblogger : Tons of O&D. New Jersey is full of Indians. Having seen the hard data myself, I'll tell you that YYZ takes up the lions share of those losses. NY
103 IrishAyes : I'm going to hold you to this one. AI suspended the YYZ nonstop back in May 2012 and unlike the other three nonstop North American stations, Toronto
104 Post contains links manny : AI stopped flying to LAX more than 4 years ago. And thats what i find baffling on these forums. The hatred for AI is carried to an art form! Here is a
105 manny : You should read the entire thread. The guy was contending at one point he was an Indian.
106 LAXdude1023 : How do you know he isn't?
107 mhkansan : I have read through the thread and I've had my own run-ins with Air India staff and passengers, say what you want about them, I honestly don't think i
108 manny : :facepalm: I fail to understand your unprovoked, unwarranted dooshy behavior..[Edited 2012-12-30 18:03:23][Edited 2012-12-30 18:04:14]
109 Post contains images Gr8Circle : Wow! Have to admire a.nutters and the AI bashers therein.......you folks have managed to turn a thread on AA into another AI bashing thread......
110 vin2basketball : Jet and SpiceJet posted quarterly profits earlier this year, but IndiGo would not have posted a profit w/out sale-leaseback last year, neither would
111 aeroblogger : There is a reason
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