However, I’ll ask you and the rest of a.net one more time to provide concrete evidence that NW’s expansion within the MKE market is an attempt to knock-off YX.
After reading your comments concering me, and again
blindly generalizing, its certainly not worth my time responding to you. Secondly, I think you have the wrong idea...I could care less whether or not YX
fails...my allegiance is with NW
, and they are now, and almost always have been the only carrier I fly out of MKE
seemed to base their expansion on the "...large, loyal customer base in MKE
," Sure, I'm one of those. Do you mean to tell me that you believe, honestly believe
that Northwest is not eyeing the [relatively] lucrative remnants of the YX
business clientele? Oh wait, it was just a move to help YX
, right? They wanted to make sure that they were on-the-ball, and had sales and marketing that deliver. NW
was checking in and hovering around to keep YX
in-check delivering smart scheduling and responsive pricing with unprecedented cost management?
Sorry, Northwest eyed a potential market to dwindle the market share that YX
had. Does it bother me...not at all. Is it a smart move, of course...Northwest has better times to the west coast! Their advertising has made them more of a household name than ever in this area. Regardless, you cannot dispute (outside of sheer ignorance) a portion of their intentions.
I mean, for the right price I’ll fight a lion. - Mike Tyson