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Relationships Between The Airlines

Wed Jan 01, 2003 1:53 am

For those of you who work for the airline industry can you please shed some light on the relationships between the airlines? Basically what I wanted to know how competitive behind the scenes is the industry from an employee and management standpoint.

Does an American employee feel AA is better then UAL?

Does Don Carty have a dartboard in his office with David Neeleman's picture on it?

Or does the industry as a whole work together? Yes as a business you need to be competitive on the surface, but what's the feeling from employees?

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RE: Relationships Between The Airlines

Wed Jan 01, 2003 3:44 am

Here's another question.

What's the relationship of employees of other airlines like to each other?

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