Hello everyone. Today I flew home from Washington to LA but I saw an interesting aircraft at Dulles. The Virgin Atlantic 744 had a sticker that said, "No Way BA/AA." I suppose this was talking about the alliance between BA and AA (which to the best of my knowledge is not going well). Why does Virgin have this on its plane? How long have they been campaigning against it?
Also, what right do they have to say this (although they can do whatever they want with their own planes), to say no to this alliance, (between now the two largest airlines on each side of the Atlantic), when they themselves have an alliance with Continental?
Any info about this whole campaign, I'd be very interested to hear. Thanks.