backseatdriver wrote:Super80Fan wrote:Well we all know that the WSJ is fake news, so take anything they say with a grain of salt.
The WSJ is the preeminent news source in the country, perhaps to the chagrin of only those who posses a strong distaste for truth in reporting.
The article informs the reader exactly what the metrics are for this study. Other studies that factor in cabin service, amenities, etc. are available if you want to see those. Just take it at face value.
Without going far off topic, the WSJ is owned by the biggest fake news provider in the country, News Corp. I'll change my tune if this was a New York Times or Washington Post article.
Anyway, WSJ's measurement here is seriously flawed, one-sided, and ill thought out. I can't believe they produced this garbage. All the data involved in airline operations needs to be collected, analyzed, and put out there for the public to decide. As always in this country, the sheep are eating it up while those of us with free thought left can see through this.