|Quoting Sausageandmash (Thread starter):|
FCA is now developing a new service on its' shorthaul fleet,
|Quoting SignalOne (Reply 2):|
They will have to upgrade their cabins to compete, and I don't think this would go down to nicely at MYT and especially BY!
Not being silly here, but could this spell the end of the Charter Airline? I mean, what if all FCA's aircraft are as good as British Airways standards, if not better? There is nothing "Charter" about that.
|Quoting A321fly (Reply 1):|
I also notice that you mention more leg room on shorthaul, if this was ever to be implemented the other charters would never stand a chance againgst first choice without changing there cabins.
|Quoting Schooner (Reply 9):|
Bit of a muddled post there but the gist of it is that all the charters have minimum seat pitch because nobody wants to give the competition an advantage and anybody who says that extra leg-room (talking short-haul only here) will persuade the punters to choose one holiday company over another is wrong.....they will choose the cheapest!
|Quoting Schooner (Reply 11):|
Well I would certainly pay for an emergency exit seat
|Quoting Gkirk (Reply 15):|
For some reason, the majority of people can accept charter, but people on here cant?! Are people on here too posh> I love traveling charterm (except the German pilots Schooner : )
|Quoting ThomasCook (Reply 16):|
I totally agree Gkirk! I love travelling on Charter airlines – I wouldn’t feel like I’m going on holiday if I flew any other way!