Knowingly assigned an "inoperative" seat on Long Haul Flight

Discussion in 'American Airlines' started by Ling Li, Dec 7, 2016.


  1. john john

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    Yeao_O it’s the union fault because you think the compensation that management gave was substandard
     
  2. eolesen

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    I'm sure you're very well acquainted with the concepts of substandard pay and performance, coming from USAir.

    You guys dragged down the great service that Piedmont was known for in the 80's, you dragged down HP's levels in that merger, and now you've dragged down AA.

    Encouraging the lowest common denominator is definitely something to be proud of.
     
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  3. IORFA

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    I for one have never been so embarrassed to say I work for American Airlines! It's pathetic. The worst part is that the morons from Phoenix think they're doing a good job! I've not enjoyed working here in years past, but I've never been embarrassed to say where I worked. Now I just avoid the question whenever possible. If not, it seems like everyone has a story to tell me about the crappy service they received and the major decline of service provided.
     
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