AA employee letter https://i.ibb.co/Fqhkrwd/AA1.png https://i.ibb.co/8P9YBkn/AA2.png https://ibb.co/PzrsLhV][img]https://i.ibb.co/Fqhkrwd/AA1.png https://ibb.co/XFtY4Hf][img]https://i.ibb.co/8P9YBkn/AA2.png In addition the the WARN letters for the 20,000 employees a second round of management and s...Jump to post
Tugger wrote:If people are against using drugs for an execution then I say just pump in air. That will take care of it just as fast.
It actually costs us less to keep them alive than kill them. Plus they get out of their punishment easily. That shows the silliness of the US criminal system. What drives up the costs is all the legal challenges and endless appeals. Tighten up the appeals process down to just 1 and have the executi...Jump to post
I think it is time for Trump to fire Dr. Fauci. He seems to be holding the country back and is putting a lot of false information out to inflate information. Trump is trying hard to restart our economy and keep the country going but Fauci and the media seem to want to hold things down.Jump to post
Trucks are very popular everywhere in the USA. They are more popular than cars. I have a Dodge Ram with a Cummings Turbo Diesel tuned to "Roll Coal" lol!Jump to post
Even on the extremely remote chance that Trump loses the election, he could still remain president.
https://www.newsweek.com/how-trump-coul ... on-1513975
https://www.aa.com/i18n/travel-info/together-at-terminal-5.jsp?locale=en_GB&anchorLocation=DirectURL&title=terminal5 This page on american airlines seems like a very permanent move to me. They're really selling T5 to their customers, listing the awards, listing the amenities, all this, just...Jump to post
This conversation is so tiring. They are not going to add seatback IFE. And they're definitely not going to be doing it during a global recession and pandemic while they're losing tens of millions of dollars daily. AA already has seatback video across a large part of the domestic fleet. It’s not ab...Jump to post
There is no way AA is going back to IFE. The OASIS (screen less) seats are all bought and paid for. The majority of the 737's are complete. AA does not have the money now to go back and buy new seats and reconfigure airplanes back. Thats JUST the 737s. The LUS airplanes never had the IFE, so again a...Jump to post
Detroit313 wrote:AA and Alaska closer and closer to a merger.
The Constitution would have to be amended. Under article 2 we have a right to bear arms, and it shall not be infringed. Changing that will never ever happen. As it is now we have too many controls on fire arms. This is why we need to ensure we keep elected officials in place that have vowed to keep ...Jump to post
Some airlines and analysts are saying traffic will not rebound to 2019 levels till 2025. Until a vaccine is widely available I would agree with that. I think the growth at SEA is exciting, but summer 2021 is a bit optimistic.Jump to post
So far early campaign adds by Trump are spot on. Trump created the strongest economy ever. Lowest ever unemployment, highest stock market and just getting started. Also Biden dementia is very apparent that he is senile and has no business being POTUS. I still predict the biggest landslide since Rega...Jump to post
The EU is looking to permanently ban US citizens from entering the EU. Descision by July first.
https://www.theverge.com/2020/6/23/2130 ... draft-list
Am looking to understand when and how TWA began to dismantle its TATL route network, after selling its LHR routes to American Airlines for $445 million in 1991. As I recall, the route cuts, specifically at JFK looked like this: July 1991 (1st) - TWA operates the last LHR-JFK flight (TW 701, a 747 t...Jump to post
LCC's killing the legacies off is a long term problem. The legacies provide a transportation infrastructure that is vital to the country and economy. If I need to travel between two secondary cities in Europe, it quickly becomes impossible on LCC air service alone. Isn't that what competition is al...Jump to post
Just wondering what the standard seat pitch was in the 70s. In the later 80s and 90s went to pretty much within an inch or two standard of 31", now more like 29 is standard. But looking at old seating charts aircraft capacity was significantly less in the 70s for similar size aircraft. Like the...Jump to post
For the most part it is the American citizens that do not want socialized health care. It would result in significantly higher taxes, less choice in health care, long waits for care. Single Payer is viewed as socialism which is not what the American people want, thats why Trump ended Obama CareJump to post
A nice story ... Doug Parker was flying WN and was reading a book about racism, they had a nice conversation and he really uplifted her day. https://onemileatatime.com/american-airlines-ceo-reads-about-racism/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=facebook_page&utm_medium=One%20Mile%20at%20a%20...Jump to post
In May 2019, I leased a 2019 Ford Escape Titanium AWD. It's called the Kuga in some parts of the world. I've purchased five new Ford cars since 1988 and this is the first one I've leased. As a retiree, I simply have no desire or need to own a car outright anymore. I leased this Escape for $400 a mo...Jump to post
The thing that sucks the most, is you could have a 25 + year employee hold out and hope they are not involuntarily furloughed, then boom they are. After 25 + years all they have to show is 1 year of D2R travel then nothing. Pretty heartless of Parker and crew The 25+ year guy/woman will be among th...Jump to post
The thing that sucks the most, is you could have a 25 + year employee hold out and hope they are not involuntarily furloughed, then boom they are. After 25 + years all they have to show is 1 year of D2R travel then nothing. Pretty heartless of Parker and crewJump to post
After Twitter posted a fact check against one of his recent tweets, Trump is now set so sign a executive order limiting their power to do that
https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/28/politics ... index.html
. I have my doubts that prostitutes are victims kept against their will. One can discuss if the legal limit for prostitution should be 21 years. Should same be true for soldiers then? Prostitution is a very complicated phenomenon. There are definitely many women for which prostitution is a choice a...Jump to post
Southwest knows what they are doing, they have never lost money in their history. I am sure they will post a profit on the second quarter.Jump to post
At least one good thing from the COVID pandemic https://www.dw.com/en/german-lawmakers-call-for-buying-sex-to-be-made-permanently-illegal/a-53504221?fbclid=IwAR17RwOX6-VxWkN36dmsDtp8JdEmm1ur17Hln7Yz6Gv3yg8jAiamUNwtn9s Why is it a good thing? Fred There is a huge amount sex trafficking from Eastern ...Jump to post
At least one good thing from the COVID pandemic
https://www.dw.com/en/german-lawmakers- ... iamUNwtn9s
The bad news just keeps coming. Looks like AA may follow Deltas lead and retire its 777 fleet.
https://simpleflying.com/american-airli ... m=facebook
Maybe Heathrow Airport should complete the T2A building so that all airlines can use T2 and T5 in the foreseeable future. In the same time they can rebuild T3. The best time to do it before the passenger number go back to 60-70 millions mark. Was the long term plan to level T3 and rebuild it? It is...Jump to post
Why would an airline that is struggling to survive be spending money on a brand new airplane? Makes no sense. Part of ANY government assistance should include NO NEW AIRPLANES at all until the TAXPAYERS are made whole and 100% of the government assistance is paid in full!Jump to post
I could maybe see DL doing a JFK-LAX/SFO kind of set up on the A321. But an all Delta One? I don't know how successful they'd be with it. But then again, maybe some people will pay a premium just to get on a plane and be a little less worried about COVID. The ex- AA 321T will be offered by the bank...Jump to post
Ryefly wrote:They should trade with American. Delta 777's for American's A330 fleet.
Please let it be AA, please let it be AA. And not just a Ch 11 shake and bake, make it a Ch 7 liquidation. Too much debt, not enough cash. Dougie Parker's hubris coming home to rest, took a good airline and turned it into low cost carrier service with legacy carrier prices. So you are rooting for 1...Jump to post