This so called great hall is such a waste no one wanted it but the airport ceo and city. Now it looks like it will be in development hell for the foreseeable future.
It’s sad to think they could have focused on what the airport really needs. (More gates and a bigger international arrivals hall)
Interesting conclusion by the witness in the article, who reports she wished the airline would have given free alcohol to everybody to make up for the delayed departure. Let us see. Heated situation, nerves breaking loose... Let us add a bit of liquor on top of that... :eek: :banghead: Any incident...Jump to post
It would happen a lot less if the passenger were charged the cost of the delay, but that doesn't seem to happen often if at all. I think most of these people have no clue on the consequences. That would not be any different for any fines associated with the act, unless perhaps the door sign explici...Jump to post
Reminds me when United used to print huge one page ads in their Hemispheres magazine for “Go To Meeting” - “why deal with the hassle of air travel when you can go anywhere from the comfort of your home” or something like that. Asinine Really. I’ll have to dig out one of my older copies to grab a sna...Jump to post
Business is the new First Class, (real)Premium Economy is the new Business Class etc— History Repeats it’s self.Jump to post
B764er wrote:UA is not stupid. If they knew they were loosing they wouldn't have even bothered.
-Cool seeing the 787 in the new livery.
-interesting seeing the “old” Business Class seat upholstered in leather to match the economy seats.
smi0006 wrote:gregn21 wrote:
... And god does UA have a uniform? Every FA was wearing something different. Nil uniformity.
I was on the fence until just now, saw it in Denver. It looks much better in person.Jump to post
Lol! Susan Boyle! Love your list.
It will be interesting to see the livery on better looking aircraft.
cranberrysaus wrote:As much as well all miss the tulip, I feel like the globe has become a pretty recognizable part of the United brand now. It would be a mistake to just abandon it.
I heard on twitter that someone found it on a 787 recently, but sadly don't have the link, I know they had previously been removing it, but this was the first sign that they may be reversing that decision. However I have seen any official word of this. Update: I tracked down the post it doesn't men...Jump to post
Well, Russian Air Force planes usually have to take a detour over the Caspian Sea towards Iran and via Iraq to Latakia. So that may explain the fuel stop. It must be a very rough comparison as mother Theresa probably never flew on an Air Force plane into a war zone where the nation of the Air Force...Jump to post