Naming rights make me laugh. One of the few cases where it has caught on is the United Center in Chicago - which people probably at this point don't even remotely associate with United Airlines - they associate United Center with United Center. But yes, Sears Tower - a waste of money for Willis beca...Jump to post
A no brainer ruling but at the end of the day, if an employer wants to terminate your position, an employer can still do just that through other ways and means.Jump to post
^^ And every so often you have an artist "brave" enough to leave one of their best known songs out of their sets. Like Seeger, for example, stopped doing "Night Moves" because he was tired of always "having to play it." Stevie Nicks on her last solo tour dropped "D...Jump to post
Stevie Nicks - Edge of Seventeen - it's been the main set closer of all her solo tours Enya - Orinoco Flow Kylie Minogue - Can't Get You Out of My Head AC/DC - Shook Me All Night Long Celine Dion - My Heart Will Go On Berlin - Take My Breath Away Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run Depeche Mode - Enjoy ...Jump to post
Another...Richard Bong Airport in Superior, WIJump to post
Love Field in Dallas
Stretching it out a tad...IND is the Weir Cook terminal...and Rick Husband Airport in Amarillo
if aviation is a hobby/strong interest of yours, i'd say stay away because you're just going to end up frustrated with your hobby and your wallet. also, these stocks are really something you don't want to just be in the game for for only 12 months. however, if you can put money in and absolutely hol...Jump to post
Simple top answer - business volumes are down. The answer behind that is a normal restaurant/eatery has a good 4-5 hours of food preparation work ahead of its opening. That's anywhere from 3 to 6...7...8 what have you making a good wage, $12/$15 or more per hour plus those in management cutting, sli...Jump to post
Community Relations and Goodwill is important to just about any major corporation these days as it's more cost effective to retain good customers than acquire new ones.
Clearly some people here aren't cut out for true leadership positions but by all means, bitch and flame away.
That's cute to gripe and moan all you want about what you think how American Airlines should have been run for the past 15 years. But focusing back on the topic at hand: which looks like this: if you work for American Airlines, you have a good chance of having your pay cut and or losing your job alt...Jump to post
I hear you. You can put me in the "I'm done" category as well - not because I have any disrespect for the initiatives or the programs trying to combat this whole thing, but being in Illinois, it's still shut down while Indiana, Missouri and Iowa are wide open - not sure where Kentucky stan...Jump to post
I was at a lake in Indiana this past weekend crowded with people from Indiana, Illinois and Michigan. All that stuff we've been doing for the past 2 months about wearing masks staying apart and not having orgies and having communal food and all that....? none of that was happening. Boats were packed...Jump to post
Also, apparently the public information manager at the airport Jeff Lea left to go to MSP. I wasn't aware of that. It will be interesting to see how open his replacement is with info. Jeff seemed like a good guy but he was really tight lipped with anything. Position was posted 2-3 months ago, searc...Jump to post
It just goes to show a lot of people are in desperate need of getting laid.Jump to post
More on #3 - before all "this" I saw it happening at JFK a lot. Cathay Pacific would usually come in unload and headed back out to Hong Kong for another 15-16 hour journey within 2 hours. Sometimes their schedules were 1 hr. 45 minute turns. While now 16 hours, Turkish Airlines, China East...Jump to post
I imagine some of the practices you see today would have been implemented eventual in some, shape, or form, even if limited to specific instances and places. For example - take the current LGA ... trying to get to Concourse B is bad enough as it is with just the passenger flow through there. Add 10 ...Jump to post
There's a third variable in business travel - the other business wanting to accept travelers and in-person interaction.
Indianapolis and St Louis
A number of cities keep undercover patrols on feet.
The better deal if it reaches that point would be a pre-packaged Chapter 11 deal saving time and money in reorganization costs and operations under protection, since right now the biggest problem is income cash flow. A pre-packaged Chapter 11 filing would open up paths to renegotiating debt with cre...Jump to post
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All my ATA experiences were great. You could definitely tell a different "vibe" among the more "senior" crews in terms of working together and just a little bit more overall friendliness - probably attributed to spending many years on the job together and probably starting at the...Jump to post
Possible, but a total pain in the ass to get to LGA by foot and probably not something someone would voluntarily. But an option when everything was under construction and traffic was backed up down the GCP for miles - it was obvious to take the backroads through Queens out to the hotels by LGA and t...Jump to post
agree with above, outside of social media and emails, no need to spend money on advertising. It would serve no purpose and bring in no real revenue. Wholeheartedly disagree. They need to begin advertising through mainstream media channels, TV, Radio and Print. You don't advertise just to advertise....Jump to post
That moment when Axl Rose, Steven Mnuchin and Patricia Arquette shared time together on Twitter.
Couple of possibiities on UA - 1 - That's the schedule and that's just going to be the way it is given the rest of their network for that time 2 - That's what they've currently been able to figure out logistics wise given fleet groundings and other considerations 3 - As we know, this situation is ch...Jump to post
What's up with the inconsistences for diagrams/charts for Concourse C? I was on a random website the other day ... as I was just floating randomly through the internet, some charts had Gates C9, C15, C21 listed, others skip from C7 to C23, another has C17, then C15, 17, then 23. You go to Google map...Jump to post
Going on the notion it'll be possible come December, I'm starting to look at getting back into going to Europe and continuing the tour of Christmas markets. Have already done a number in Germany, Ireland and Paris. Thinking this year of doing it for a week and touring the Baltic states or trekking a...Jump to post
Allegiant: has flights on their website from May 1. You'll have to go and just poke around on the booking option yourself to find out what they're offering. Surprised Vegas is on the list since it's still pretty much closed. Although flights are as low as $29 one way and fares are incredibly cheap t...Jump to post
In agreement with Kno - I do cook breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, mostly, as I try to eat out for 2 meals a week to give business to local restaurants. In cooking, I generally challenge myself with at least 2 new recipes a week either being a finger food, appetizer, entree or a dessert. I do ...Jump to post
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A simple Google news search brings up a number of stories across the country of reported break-ins of cars, houses and of businesses/properties during COVID-19 closures. Robberies and assaults are up in NYC. https://www.google.com/search?q=car+break+ins+increase+during+covid+19&rlz=1C1JZAP_enUS7...Jump to post
From my perspective, I, too definitely is an atmospheric difference - the service, the offerings, the meals, etc. and I'm a person that if the fare is good enough I'm perfectly happy in coach - especially if I'm on an airline that offers the upgraded meal service a la LOT, Air France, Aer Lingus, et...Jump to post
Stayed at a few - Cleveland, Los Angeles, Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Denver, New Orleans, Chicago, and St. Louis. (some for works, other visits explained in a minute) Generally well-oiled machines when it comes to service and catering to your needs and definitely worth splurging if you can...Jump to post
Pier 25, 45, 46, 62, 63, 64, 87 and 96, less so since it's not that convenient to really get to, kind of like its adjacent Pier 97.
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