Yep, all flights are going out with less than 28% loads.
The yields are actually in the negative numbers, some in double digits, on every single stinkin' flight made. Heck, sometimes they take up a collection for gas before the push.
The jets, which aren't being paid for in the first place, have a streak of dirt on the belly.
The maintenance, most of which will be deferred until the year 2009, consists mostly of pumping liquid nitrogen in the aft lav flush condenser. Blue geyser ahoy!
And the pilots, previously considered as the best dancers in the industry, now appear to have hair growing on their backs.
Whoops, gotta run...Jerry Springer's on...
Psych! Quarterly earnings will be out next week--hopefully we at JB will continue to do OK.