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Whine Lover

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Jun 19, 2005
" British Airways is asking thousands of its staff to work for free for up to four weeks, spokeswoman Kirsten Millard said Tuesday.

In an e-mail to all its staff, the airline offered workers between one and four weeks of unpaid leave -- but with the option to work ( Helluva'n offer :) Sign me up Coach! ) during this period. British Airways employs just more than 40,000 people in the United Kingdom.

Its chief executive declared at the time there were "absolutely no signs of recovery" in the industry.

"I'm 30 years in this business and I've never seen anything like this. This is by far the biggest crisis the industry has ever faced.."

I guess Kit has " left the building "....?

( You mean I can't even get a job flying a shiny regional jet for less than McDonald's wages anymore? Damn. That's HARSH. )

"Abandon Ye all Hope those who enter here. "

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