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Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 4:26 am

hi,

someone is asking on airliners what aircraft you wouldnt fly with again, however just as important as the actual plane is the airline that owns it.

For me i would never fly european or iberia ever ever again.

i would love to know what airlines your refuse to fly with and why
It is amazing what can be accomplised when nobody takes the credit
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 5:55 am

Well I havent really flown that many airlines to have a winner, nevertheless I sure try to avoid Continental Airlines because all their flights out from Mexico City to IAH are so crowded, I find the 737 very uncomfortable airplane and the people in the Mexico City's airport counters are rude, so I rather use AA to DFW.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 6:36 am

United....
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 6:47 am

There aren't any airlines I would never fly on again. But if Air Canada's service levels keep falling, I just might add AC to that list.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 7:25 am

Hey,

Iberia, Aeroflot and TAM!!!
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 8:46 am


Alitalia: delays, rude staff at check-in counters & on-board, old dirty planes, a cancelled flight, cheap and poor meal service, bad connections, damaged luggage.

Thank God there's choice!
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 9:31 am

I certainly hope that i don't have to fly Iberia anymora. althogh with swiss about to enter OneWorld, i might have to fly with them again.

On my flight on a IB 727 the Landing was so harsh, that even some oxygen Masks fell down, and a cabin lamp as well... Only on this airline so far...
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 10:14 am

I wouldnt pay to fly QANTAS. I would never fly Swissair again they have the rudest flight attendants in the entire universe. I was onboard thier aircraft in Singapore the day they folded and quite frankly I wasnt surprised they did. thier "couldnt give a damn attitude" was very apparent evan after they started thier flights again. lets hope SWISS airlines is an improvement.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 10:15 am

Airtran, err.. Valujet
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 10:17 am

Swiss A330,

When did you fly the IB 727? ..it's just that I think that IBERIA has made quite an improvement lately.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 10:57 am

Iberia and Air France! Had terrible service on both!
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 5:41 pm

Southwest
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 5:45 pm

United....
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 7:23 pm

Air Atlanta flight attendants did not speak very good english so i had rubbish service
For the other half of the sky
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sat Mar 16, 2002 8:01 pm

Any charter airline which puts more than 230 seats in a 752 or more than 180 seats in a 738...the saving on the flight ticket is offset by the private medical bills you pay afterwards to get your kneecapss realligned  Angry

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Sat Mar 16, 2002 11:53 pm

NORTHWEST !!!!!!!!!!!
Bad service, and bad seats !!!! The chair in my office is not the best one . But it is much comfortable than my seat on their DC10 !!! And I don't have to stay on my chair for 9 to 10 hours !!!!
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Sun Mar 17, 2002 2:11 am

Probably United, until they can get their act together.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 2:49 am

Air Canada
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 3:00 am

Sterling (Danish charter) and Air India, both have this
"why do you bother us?"-attitude against their passengers.
From New Yorqatar to Califarbia...
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 3:30 am

In 1982 I vowed NEVER to take CO ever again due to a flight where I was continuously verbally attacked by a F/A! Here are the details:

It was during the Texasl International takeover of CO when this incident took place. I flew up to PHL on the old CO and over the weekend they merged.
On the way back this flight was after the merger.
Anyway it was a 10:00am flight from PHL-IAH. A freind and I had breakfast at the airport and i checked in, no problems yet. When I was boarding there were 2 F/A's at the entrance to the aircraft and I said 'Good Morning" to them and one of them said "Shut up, you son of a bitch!" I asked her is she had a problem, and she said "Yeah, I have a problem and it's YOU!" I said "OK" and went to my seat (24A). (727-200). There were about 30 pax on board and there was nobody in 24B or C but there was a Navy guy in 24D. On the way to the runway this F/A walked by me and while doing the demo she said to me "you better listen to this, we're not doing it again for you!" I was just sitting there watching them. I couldn't believe this all was happening.  Confused
About an hour after takeoff. meal service was started. This obejctionable F/A was in the rear galley staging the food and a male F/A was serving. He was very nice and asked me what I would like to drink with my lunch. I said a Bacardi and Coke, and he said ok. He said that his cart didn't have any Bacardi on board and he looked toward the galley and said "The gentleman in 24A needs a Bacardi" (we were only 4 rows or so from the galley). This F/A came out and said that "He'll be lucky if he ever get's anything else on this airline again!"  Nuts
The male F/A looked shocked and said he will get the drink. So he rolls the cart back and has a discussion with the F/A with attitiude. She then leaves the galley and goes to first and another F/A from first comes back. They were nice and the rest of the flight was fine. The Navy guy stopped a F/A during the flight and asked why was I being singled out for treatment like that. He told the male F/A that I was just sitting there minding my own business and that this F/A was on some kind of rampage with me. The F/A said he didn't know what was going on, but everything was fine now.
When we landed at IAH I was going to ask this F/A what HER problem was, but she was in the cockpit talking to the Captain. When I looked in the cockpit, the captain got up and slammed the door shut. So I went to the gate and asked the agent for a supervisor, that I had a serious complaint to make about this flight. He said he would call someone for me. BTW, the Navy guy went along with me to provide supporting comments about what happened. After about 15 minutes a supervisor showed up and I started to tell him the story about what happened, and he said that we shouldn't discuss this in the gate area, we need to go to his office. So down into the bowels of terminal C we go to a small office. I told him the whole story and the Navy guy backed me up on this. The
supervisor told me he was very sorry this happened, but that I must be mistaken, CO's 727-200 series planes DO NOT have a seat 24A so I must have been on another airline! I showed him my ticket folder with the CO logo on the seat designator 24A and he said he didn't know where that came from, but his computer doesn't even show me on that flight! This was like out of the Twilight Zone! I told him that just a few weeks ago, BN filed for bankruptcy and told him that if they treat customers in this manner they will be next to go!
He just laughed and said that CO has all the money they need and they would never consider bankruptcy!  Wow!  Wow!
I wrote a complaint letter to CO and did receive a reply. It said that I boarded the plane in a "drunk and disorderly manner" and caused a "general disruption" to the flight crew during the entire flight. I should consider myself lucky that they don't ban me from CO for good!"
I realize that CO is now a different company that it was and the merger with Texas International was not an easy one, but does anyone have a reason I should ever take CO again?  Pissed  Pissed
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 3:41 am

Air France....a reliability nightmare (both on-time and baggage), with rude ground staff at CDG (which has the worst airport infrastructure of any airport I have even been to)...they do have friendly enough F/A's, though...no friendly enough to offset their other shortcomings, though.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 3:44 am

hi

hey type-rated, it is a twilight zone story!!!!!!

once at CDG1 a pax came to me and told me she had been badly treated on TW. As she wanted to ask smg to the stewardess ,this one looked at her without answering; so the pax gently tapped at her : the stewardess then yelled out loud "don't you touch me ever again!" the pax (backed by another one) told me she was so confused she remained seated in shock for the rest of the flight....

anyway I wouldn't flight Corsair again : flights often delayed and overcrowded (over 500 pax in a 747 and 9 seats abreast in an A332!!!!!!)
AF TW AA NW DL UA CO BA U2 TP UX LH SK AZ MP KL SN VY HV LS SS TK SQ PC RG IW SE LI TN
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 3:47 am

American

Any airline that trains its pilots to combat wake turbulence with THE RUDDER certainly doesn't get my money.

Also, United Shuttle.

Thankfully, so I have heard, UA Shuttle is going out of business. Is this the case? Hopefully the decrepid 737s, lack of service, and cattle-car mentality will go out the door with UAS!
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 3:59 am

well i would have to say air france, due to a delay at manchester while travelling to india. The aircraft had a leakage on the left engine, it was an A320- this lead to me missing my connecting flight to delhi from CDG as we came in about 30 mins after the departure of the DEL flight. i didnt mind the delay, can happen to anyone, but what really got me going was the rude, full of attitude, and ignorant staff at the transit desks in CDG. They claimed the flight was delayed due to poor weather, when in fact it was delayed due to a leakage on an engine. they persisted with what they were saying. during this time i overheard the person next to me, who was having the same problem, and the person at the desk did in fact acknowledge that it was due to technical difficulties and not bad weather, even tho that was what he first said as well. i just think the staff there are very rude, not all just some.
I did in fcat love my delay in paris, and would die for a delay whenever possible, and was given a complimentary hotel and i got to see paris- for the first time.
I do love delays, but rude staff i hate. i have to also say that the PTV was not working throughout the return journey, it kept coming on and off throughout the whole flight- even without any interaction from myself. They have a lot of potential, but it was 1 bad experience, and from this, i will try and fly another airline where possible, but i would not go out of my way considerably to avoid the airline- as i said..... i love delays  Big thumbs up havnt had lost airline baggage, but air france is the way to go if thats what i want  Smile
i havnt flown many airlines, but this was a poor experience compared to the others. but they are quite good, food was cool, was pretty comfortable, some nice FA's, some bad ones, all in all a regular flight.
going off topic slightly:-
A340 was far too comfortable though if u ask me, the slow take off roll, the gradual climb, the smooth cruise, the quiet flight, the graduall descent, the smooth landing- its just how a fligtht should be for the majority, but i luv a fast take off, and a steep climb and lots of turbulance and a desccent which i can feel, and well i dont mind if the landing is same  Smile.
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 4:31 am

United

www.untied.com
 
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Sun Mar 17, 2002 4:52 am

American
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 7:07 am

I second BlueShamu330s' opinion.

I will never fly on a charter airline who's slogan is
"We cram 'em in"

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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 7:18 am


My experience of an Air France 120-minute flight service is very good: best meal in economy on a short haul flight and a very dedicated, nice and polite crew.

However, I my flight was delayed by just over an hour because one engine wouldn't start and there was also an airconditioning problem.

Yet, on the next AF flight (just over 1 hour long), they only served drinks and peanuts and by that time I was starving as we had another 1-hour+ delay.

I also noticed a lot of delayed flights, particularly those to other German destinations... However, I maybe should be happy that my flight was not cancelled, as a lot of flights, again, those to Germany in particular, were cancelled.

I also noticed that their gate agents aren't among the more professional in the industry - they lack the right approach and since I understand French, I realised that some were making fun of the foreign pax.


Alitalia must take the Worst Airline of the Year award: After a 4-hour+ delay on my first, my next AZ flight was cancelled. The AZ rep at FCO asked me to proceed to another carrier's counter with their (AZ's) ticket (the other carrier had a flight to my destination) and of course the other carrier's rep refused to accept me on their flight... So I went back to the Alitalia rep who started shouting at other pax and me, yelling that she didn't care 'cos she had too much that day and that she did not want to see anyone and that she needed a break... and was on her way to that break, insisting that the other carrier should just accept us (!!!!!). Then the supervisor of the rep came around, with this very indifferent attitude and just stamped and signed our tickets, making them valid for the other carrier's flight.

...I would not go on to mention the overall pathetic inflight service on Alitalia ...and their inedible meals.

I sent a letter complaining about all this (with the name of the supervisor underwhose supervision the above rep was working) and again, I received a very pathetic answer from a very pathetic airline.

I really wish Alitalia went bankrupt. Alitalia is doing a very bad name to SkyTeam. I will not fly them again.

AF? I would like to fly them again on 120-minute+ flights. I think that their service would be good.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 11:26 am

German Charter Carrier LTU.

B 767 Flight from Windhoek (Namibia) to Munich (Germany).
Flight was delayed because of 'computer problems', they couldn't print boarding passes and had to write them by hand (!), they miscalculated the number and admitted too many pax on board (!), some poor ramp agent had to deboard a couple of people.
Takeoff was aborted because of 'technical reasons', we returned back to the ramp, the pilot made an anouncement that he is calling Duesseldorf to speake to their technical supervisor and try to solve the problem over the phone! Half an hour later, sucessful take-off, the pilot made an anouncement 'that he hoped we would make it to Munich' (no joke!!!), halfway somewhere over Africa yet another anouncement: Due to the elevation of WDH and the hot temperature they couldn't take enough fuel and he anticipated a fuel stop at Mallorca. He would keep us informed once they did some calculation (the hear fatal crash of the Hapag-Lloyd in VIE popped up in my mind...).
Another anouncement: We would make it!
Somewhere over Switzerland: Due to heavy fog in MUC we might have to divert to NUE, from there we would be transfered to Munich by Bus.
Shortly before Munich: The fog was not bad enough, the pilots would make a fully automated landing (without explaining anything else...).
Needless to say: The passengers were terrified.
We landed safely, but I could have kicked the flight crew for their unprofessional comunication with their passengers...
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 11:47 am

My first opinion one this board was Southworst (which is totally unjustified). I'm not a big fan of the cattle car mentality of Southwest (or Air Hound), but quite frankly I have no real complaints about the airline. There are certainly a good value (which is why I fly them more than anybody else, I really have no choice out of OAK), and very reliable.
I've been delayed on them a few times (including three hours for a one hour flight!), but it has always been something beyond their control. The gate agents usually handle their stressful job as delicately as possible, and the in flight service, although meager (SP?) is always pleasant.
I might be a bit too easy. I think United isn't bad, and enjoyed my one trip on ATA, except for the large woman a Midway shouting at all the passengers. It made me feel like a rookie flyer, and not a pleasant experience at 6 AM.
American once lost my bags on both legs of a trip, although at least one of those was beyond their control (O'Hare was shut down for three days, the other flight was an honest mistake. The baggage handler forgot to load the plane.)
I personally choose to avoid Northworst. I think they have lousy in-flight service, don't like 757s (they fly 320's now), and really hate their connection airports (although I haven't been to the Gateway terminal yet).
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Sun Mar 17, 2002 11:41 pm

The only one: N O R T H W E S T. Never never again.
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Mon Mar 18, 2002 8:46 pm

SW - unless they bring back the 747SP...

Daniel Smile
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Mon Mar 18, 2002 8:55 pm

SW - unless they bring back the 747SP...

I agree!

Patrick

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Mon Mar 18, 2002 11:44 pm

I have to join in with the previous two posts...
Only the 747SP will bring mw back Big thumbs up

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Tue Mar 19, 2002 12:31 am

Lufthansa
 
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Tue Mar 19, 2002 12:42 am

Cyprus Airways. Eeeeeew!
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 1:02 am

I do not really care about service and pitch on short flights. Any airline will do.

On long haul flights I try for American because of the extra leg roon (34 inches as opposed to 29 on BA/United/Virgin). But there is no airline I would exlude except NW and Air Canada because they have no inflight entertainment.

I though the best food was on Airfrance - fresh french bread, cheese etc. But the seating was a bit cramped!
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 1:08 am

Aerolineas Argentinas comes to mind first, though Alitalia is a very close second.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 1:13 am

Spirit

Even if you offered me a free ticket, I still wouldn't fly them.

 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 2:13 am

so it seems nobody would fly united or air france again...hm im not surprised, nor am i surprised about iberia or scabitilia.

Cyprus Airways was an encounter that I wished to forget, however no matter where i turn, i am reminded of that disgusting excuse of a carrier.
It is amazing what can be accomplised when nobody takes the credit
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 2:30 am

So far none for me... although Delta's cramped seating and nonexistant service didn't impress me much but I'd still fly them if the price is right.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 6:17 am

EUGDOG-

VS, BA and UA all have pitches greater than 29inches! I beleive VS= 30, BA= 31 and I'm not sure about UA. I now it's only one or 2 inches more than you said, but it can make all the difference!
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 6:23 am

Citybird, my flight with them from BRU to MIA was one of the worst flying experiences ever, from beginning to end.

Flying with them again is not an option, they are out of business.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 10:09 am

Pakistan airlines Air India and Olylimpic Airlines
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 10:20 am

Iberia... Rude staff, horrible food, cramped seating, dirty cabin (757).
AA - Doing what we do best.
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 1:56 pm

Well my choice is :

SABENA - Such A Bloody Experience Never Again.

 Big grin
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 2:04 pm

Well if TWA was in existance today, it would be my pick. I hated almost every minute of my experiences with them.

So, for now, its any large airbus fleet airline.  Big thumbs up
 
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 2:11 pm

Type-Rated--are you a look alike to Frank Lorenzo? Maybe the FA in question was actually Nostradamus and could predict the future for her airline and the trips in and out of bankruptcy! CO inspite of the name is a different company today. Give them a chance.
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 2:21 pm

Air India,


You will never have another "bloody experience" with us anymore...we are OUT ...and 6000 people jobless. Take Air India next time you fly.....Anyway, you surely have had a lot of flying hours with us to be able to make such statement...

(I don't like when someone talk about a dead one)
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Spitfire
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RE: Any Airline You Refuse To Fly With Again?

Tue Mar 19, 2002 2:39 pm

Delta, Delta, and Delta.

I will never pay for a ticket and fly them on my own. Only due to the fact the Govt buys us tickets on Delta on some routes I still have to fly them rarely, and they have been bad every single time, Everytime.


CIao,
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