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Colgan fatigue policy on CNN

Just saw on CNN a special report about Colgan Airlines new fatigue policy. When is CAL and UAL going to realize that they need to pull these contracts with Colgan? I hope the public now begins to speak out to these airlines...
 
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Just saw on CNN a special report about Colgan Airlines new fatigue policy. When is CAL and UAL going to realize that they need to pull these contracts with Colgan? I hope the public now begins to speak out to these airlines...

The public cared for about a week, then they went back to Orbitz and picked up the cheapest airfare possible.
They can give a rats behind if you got enough rest, or if you can fly the airplane or not...because they're under the impression that the autopilots does all the flying, including TO and Landing.
They're back to making sure they buy the cheapest ticket and are convinced you're just a lazy union worker, who is looking for more time off work, along with more pay.
 
When is CAL and UAL going to realize that they need to pull these contracts with Colgan?
Pull contracts? Nah. They need to outright buy these outfits so they can truly provide one level of service to the customer.
 
Pull contracts? Nah. They need to outright buy these outfits so they can truly provide one level of service to the customer.

One level of service would be nice. But the current level of service they provide is garbage!
It's sad when you can get on some regionals and get better service than mainline.
 
Apparently the flying public is fine rolling the dice as long as they can fly cross country for $99.
 
Apparently the flying public is fine rolling the dice as long as they can fly cross country for $99.

As long as the video cameras and reporters are in front of their faces, they will complain about how crappy the airlines are these days.
But they just can't resist buying the cheapest ticket on Orbitz regardless of the carrier. Even if they were just on the same airline last week, screaming at the gate agent how they will never fly that airline again.
 

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