How to cure airlines’ ills

Hopeful

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How to cure airlines’ ills

Cost cutting alone won’t cut
it for most
major carriers

By Jon Bonné
MSNBC

http://www.msnbc.com/news/846782.asp
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Buck

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And in TUL moving the Wheel Shop from the old Builders Square to the Maintenance appears to be a $40,000 a month savings?
 
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“It’s like you’re running a football team and you’re constantly criticizing your quarterback,â€￾ says University of Portland airline expert Richard Gritta. “What I would do is go to the workers and admit fault.â€￾



This is what a lot of original AAer's at my station would like for Carty to do. Admit fault in the purchasing of TWA. He can't do that though. First of all, Management will never admit fault. Secondly, that admission would alienate all TWAer's, as if they didn't all hate AA already.
 
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Secondly, that admission would alienate all TWAer's, as if they didn't all hate AA already.
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What's your point? Enough other people (like you) have gone out of their way to make the TW people feel unwanted already...
 

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