News and notes from around the interweb:
- There was a time United Airlines had stacks of cards in the galley that flight attendants would hand out to passengers to provide compensation to passengers for broken seats.
@united going through some hard times yall pic.twitter.com/WPHcaJ8TM6
— Christopher McBride (@crmcbridemusic) November 7, 2022
Well this is less than ideal, @united. But about how I feel right now. pic.twitter.com/PoxDYATa58
— ️am Chvotkin, Storyteller (@reddusfoximus) November 7, 2022
- Meanwhile American Airlines still operates its fleet of legacy US Airways Airbus A320s, and nearly a decade into the merger all they’ve received is new seat covers.
@AmericanAir seriously??? This is a mainline AC in FC. Multiple seats not functional and the plane is in deplorable condition. What is happening???? You make loyalty so so difficult. 1146 PHL>BOS pic.twitter.com/CZ9aAejZ1t
— Jeff Doucette (@jeffdoucettern) November 7, 2022
- American is a new contrast in opposites, unclear to employees or customers what they’re trying to be.
WAY better remote work view than my living room! Might have to move in to this @AmericanAir Admiral’s Club. #dca pic.twitter.com/FbcaqSdXxX
— Tracy Timonere (@tracytimonere) November 7, 2022
- View From The Wing. Wait for the end.
I’m so glad my dad recorded this 😂 #pigeon #flyaway #lol #airport #aeromexico
♬ original sound – AzuMF
- Law enforcement stopping people in airports for something that’s basically not even a crime in many states anymore – just because they’re in an airport – is absurd. ‘Defund the police’ rhetoric went to far two years ago, but there was a reason behind the passion (though that mostly involved violence and not just violation of rights).
@AmericanAir any word on this slave catcher you’ve hired to single out only the Black People traveling❔ need that update before I book my upcoming flight salute @gilliedakid pic.twitter.com/mut793G67z
— @IntellectualViolence (@sAmOeScO) November 8, 2022