I can understand why yields/load factors are proprietary information (and hince why IF
I ever ask I will completely understand if no one tells me)
However... I don't see what equipment/turn scheduling has to do with security. Anyone who would be able to do anything evil to an aircraft as a result of this information would likely have direct access to this info (MX, disgruntled CSR, whatever) already.
That being said... I was most unimpressed by just about every aspect of my recent flights on AA
, that combined with the fact that I can't earn miles on either NW
with them would make it extremely
unlikely that I would ever choose AA
for the nice AA
folks here who not only told me which birds I would be on, but what flights they were comming off of... a great bit of PR
for the avaiationally inclined-- cost the airline nothing but earned future business...
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