|Quoting SCQ83 (Reply 5):|
What's fake or weird about Germanwings? Slow news day I guess.
|Quoting dc9northwest (Reply 3):|
"If you see a yellow tailed plane that looks like a raccoon then your looking at Germanwings’ Airbus A320"
|Quoting jetblueguy22 (Reply 14):|
Although many members have a strong view on Fox News we ask that you still remain on topic. You don't have to like the source, but please provide constructive criticism to the discussion.
|Quoting longhauler (Reply 16):|
While I can certainly understand your sentiment, is that not really the main discussion? Not so much the topic, but that a supposedly reputable news source would be filled with so many inaccuracies, and grammatical errors. It is like when a movie comes out, or a television show pertaining to airlines appears ... we pick apart the errors, with glee!
|Quoting jetblueguy22 (Reply 17):|
I do agree the article is not the best piece of journalism. For the sake of discussion though it is better to point out what is wrong with the article rather than just instantly dismissing it as garbage without stating your reasoning for coming to that decision.
|Quoting reality (Reply 22):|
|Quoting thrufru (Reply 28):|
Does anyone else find it interesting that the most popular picture today is of a Germanwings AB with a very different livery?
|Quoting skyguyB727 (Reply 27):|
That has to be a fake article. There are too many misspellings in it.
|Quoting francoflier (Reply 9):|
I wonder how much Fox News would pay me to write a badly-written, non-informative article on miscellaneous airlines of the world that's full of grammatical errors...?
|Quoting The Article:|
With so many bucket airlines out there today, how do you know if the deal you just got on a ticket is actually from a legitimate airline?
|Quoting northstardc4m (Reply 11):|
... the grammar, oh god help us... proofreaders anyone?
|Quoting connies4ever (Reply 37):|
- 24 news cycle and the rise of "gotcha" articles, and
- disappearance of effective editors. Everyone's their own editor now. It is simply unacceptable to review your own work.