I'm not contesting you. I'd love to see you give a report of side by side comparisons to see what industry standards are for informational purposes.You clearly don't understand the difference, and what you "call" it is irrelevant, since words actually mean things.
Defined contribution pension plans include a company contribution without any employee contribution. This is what AirTran had, what Delta has, what United has, etc. A defined benefit plan is typically referred to as an "A Fund," while a defined contribution plan is generally referred to as a "B Fund," while both are actually pensions. At AirTran, the company contributed 10.5% even if the pilot contributed not one penny. At Delta, the company contributes 16%. And so on.
What you have is just a simple 401k plan with employer matching of only 9.3%. If you don't contribute, then you get bupkis. And even if you do contribute, the company is still only kicking in a maximum of 9.3%, which is utterly pathetic by current industry standards.