|Quoting King (Thread starter):|
-A downloadable program similar to WN's "Ding" product
|Quoting GentFromAlaska (Reply 7):|
Hopefully I'll be able to book DCA-ANC in a single reservation.
|Quoting Mariner (Reply 8):|
It just let me precisely that - on the old website - in a single reservation.
DCA-DEN-ANC May 22 returning ANC-DEN-DCA on 29 May.
|Quoting GentFromAlaska (Reply 9):|
try outbound DCA-ANC Aug 8th, returning Aug 25 and let me know what you get. I want to make sure its not operator error on my part.
|Quoting Njintern (Reply 20):|
The bear on the front page just ate my pointer!
|Quoting RedFlyer (Reply 22):|
Gotta love the folks in I.T.! Over-promise and under-deliver!
|Quoting King (Reply 17):|
I personally do not like the route map.
|Quoting L1329II (Reply 23):|
Youve never worked in IT before I take it...
|Quoting RedFlyer (Reply 26):|
I've never worked "in" I.T., that is true. But my profession requires that I work "with" I.T. all the time. It's not surprising that the site was not working. This type of thing happens all too frequently. But I don't mean to insult I.T. professionals (my apologies if I have done so). It is a tough business and it is a very complex beast, which is why there are issues when migrating any part of technology.
I would've thought, though, that they would have a contingency plan in place to revert back to the old site if the new one ran into issues. I'm surprised the new site was down for a few hours. I would think I.T. would have reverted back to the old site after just 30 minutes of down-time.