|Quoting slcdeltarumd11 (Reply 2):|
Can you imagine trying to get three airlines employees to all agree on the same terms at the same time, it sounds like a nightmare/impossible to all agree at once.
|Quoting Acey559 (Reply 1):|
All the union (and non-union, in B6's case) infighting would be a mess. The four-way brawls in the terminal would be pretty darn funny.
|Quoting Metrojet732 (Reply 9):|
Add Virgin America to the mix. From day one the word was that V.A. was created to be the west coast B6 n eventually join forces.
|Quoting jporterfi (Reply 11):|
B6 is an LCC, like WN. I highly doubt they would be willing to merge with a legacy carrier. Also, B6 offers a very different in-flight experience than US and AA, so that would cause a huge problem (the "culture collision" that catiii mentioned).