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Quincy Apr 10
There's also reserve pilots, like me, who fill in for those who get sick or delayed by wx.
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Jim Apr 10
How can people who have no clue what they're talking about say things.airlines all overbook. So many missed connections and no shows. Smart
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Justin Apr 10
...so why we're seats not already reserved for them? It's because is banking on a % of passengers not showing up
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B Apr 10
Replying to @RyanRuggiero @united
Hard to believe this is coming from the same man who just last month was recognized for his excellent communication & customer satisfaction
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ryan caldwell Apr 10
cool story. most of us don't equate a bloodied human being with a "wart." not to worry, the market will take care of your "SYSTEM > people."
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Quincy Apr 10
It may have literally happened after boarding started. Sometimes "think" happens after "talk"
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Bob Scheurle Apr 10
I think the only idiot is the employee who thought it was a good idea to remove someone who was already seated on the aircraft.
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Aunt Piddy 🏳️‍🌈 Apr 10
Replying to @lafhert @ji00346 and 3 others
When American and Southwest shit the bed this badly, I'll stop flying with them too.
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(((Larry West))) Apr 10
Replying to @CMVCat @sarahcpr and 2 others
Or find a substitute for one of the crew being transported. Or, God forbid, buy a seat on another airline.
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Quincy Apr 10
You try managing a system of moving parts and people, sometimes internationally. Shit's hard, yo.
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Quincy Apr 10
Enjoy driving to Hawaii.
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Justin Apr 10
$1000 is nothing. He could have had an import transplant surgery the following morning and needed that flight...
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SineQuaNonUSA Apr 10
Pretty sure they weren't the only airline available as well.
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Quincy Apr 10
... and could have had the $$ to charter a private jet instead.
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***KYSH*** Apr 10
Replying to @RyanRuggiero @united
so they're basically saying "sorry not sorry" smh
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Justin Apr 10
I know they do it. I fly multiple times a week. It's a terrible policy to chase profits and not worry about the consumer
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Quincy Apr 10
I'm still not sure where you think the United CEO beat up the man himself. Crew summoned police.
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Heather Hurlburt Apr 10
THIS ": Hey , I rewrote your CEO's statement 4you. This one's on the house.
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Tom Bouthillet Apr 10
Not bad.
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