|Quoting GregQuinn (Reply 1):|
Go to SkyTrax and read what passengers have to say about the cabin-"service" on IB flights. The answer might lie therein.
I have flown American, Delta, BA
, Austrian, AR
(and some other extinct ones). Nowadays, and at least for people like me that I always fly in Y (unless an upgrade from time to time appears by chance), I would divide companies in two groups, one of them offering some food/drink, another one offering nothing. And normal people want to go from A to B the cheapest as possible. That´s my opinion. However, for us, people which enjoy Aviation, is different. We want to go from A to B but eye everything from the very first step in the airport.
We, Spaniards, tend to complain about everything (a many non Spaniards when in Spain). But, to say you the truth, after visiting many countries and knowing many people, we are no better no worst than others. I have had the same problems in Spain as in any other countries. About IB
, the same. It is not the best, but it is not the worst. In the end, the passenger is the one which can choose the company to fly with (and most of the time is the money he/she can pay).
|Quoting Scotron11 (Reply 3):|
Both BA and AA own some IB stocks and have an extensive partnership w/IB.
/LH, You can read this thread -> http://airliners.net/discussions/general_aviation/read.main/3351534/