|Quoting Amy (Reply 3):|
I know this isn't constructive, but i'd just pull the plug. No one with any sense will fly or work for US Airways now.
|Quoting Amy (Reply 5):|
I'm sure there are, but current US Airways employees seem to hate the company. I wouldn't fly on a company with so many obviously disgruntled employees. I know they need a boost but in my opinion, in which I am perfectly entitled, the combination of bad press and bad feeling will ensure US Airways goes under once again. I'm sorry to say I won't be sorry to see them go.
|Quoting Amy (Reply 7):|
For a reason that I understand but will never quite believe possible, US (and United for that matter) seem to think themselves impervious to the rules of normal business simply because they are airlines. Companies have to be pro-active, innovative, clever, imaginative, and at the end of the day be good at what they are meant to do. US Airways are not good at what they are meant to do anymore.
I have never been on US Airways, I will admit that now. No Historian has ever met Julius Ceasar, but I wouldn't challenge a History professor on his knowlege of Roman Civilisation simply because he wasn't there. The decline of US Airways is there for all to see. While it's not nice, it has to happen to some companies. My opinion, based on what I have read and been told from numerous sources is that US are not an airline to be relied upon for on-time travel with excellent service. I am told this by my friends in the US who actively avoid US wherever possible. This is my opinion to which I am perfectly entitled.
|Quoting RCS763AV (Reply 9):|
This I would do:
A319s, A320s, A330s: to NW
EMB-145: to American Eagle
CRJ-200/700, EMB-170: to Delta Connection and United Express
B737s, 767s: to the desert, or as freighters to other airlines to eliminate capacity.
The rest of the fleet: To other airlines in other countries
|Quoting WGW2707 (Reply 12):|
I can't understand the irrational desire among so many airliners.net members to see US Airways go out of business...it's somewhat nauseating.
|Quoting Jetdeltamsy (Reply 11):|
It is time to pull the plug on USAir. What little cash they have left needs to be distributed to creditors. And the billions of dollars in revenue that would go to Delta and other carriers just might make them profitable again.
|Quoting WGW2707 (Reply 12):|
I can't understand the irrational desire among so many airliners.net members to see US Airways go out of business
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