It's been USAir/USAirways for quite some time here at PHL.Jump to post
Any chance you could forward it this way?
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I'd fly anything...some of you guys are nuts.Jump to post
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AA was found partly responsible..I know that, it isn't my argument. My problem is with "should have instead grounded American for trying to cut corners and perform this engine maintenance the easy quicker and cheaper route. Seems to be a trend with that company." If you'd like to start grounding air...Jump to post
Did you miss the part where Continental took up the same engine changing procedures? As far as I know, AA and Continental both developed the method <acronym title="Anderson - Regional (County) (AND / KAND), USA - South Carolina">AND</acronym> it was approved by the FAA. You're obviously disgruntled ...Jump to post
Heres what <acronym title="American Airlines (USA)">AA</acronym> has to say... <i>As a guest traveler, you need to know American Airlines' policies regarding our Employee Travel Program prior to your travel. This will help make your trip more pleasant and speed the check-in process along. 1. Our emp...Jump to post
A military C-5 Galaxy landed and cleared the active, it taxied by a Boeing 744 that was holding short of the runway. The Galaxy captain knowing how much larger his aircraft was keyed the mic and asked the 744 captain, "Hey little buddy, what's your gross?" Not to be out done the 744 captain keyed hi...Jump to post
<i>Q: What's with the Braniff Airlines bit at the end of each episode? Believe it? A: I believe I've answered this before, but I'll do it again...for laughs. When Matt and Trey delivered the pilot to Comedy Central, they didn't have a bumper (you know, that card at the end of the show that tells you...Jump to post
The woman was black, that was a fact. He was giving you the entire picture. End of the damn story.Jump to post
The Boston Logan remote control cam is gone for good BTW.
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Selve preservation is "childish"....yeah, alrighty. Doing whatever the hell it takes to grab just one more customer is fine in my book. The average public has no clue whatsover about an airline's past accomplishments and every marketing department knows this, and sure as hell will use that advantage.Jump to post
I guarantee the person that took it had no idea of the significance of it being where it was. To them it appeared to be a misplaced cap crammed in a crevace; something nobody should miss. The mistake has been realized by the person, and apparently they felt enough to return it. A real theif sure as ...Jump to post