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Another PR disaster - cancelling 1 million journeys over the Christmas period. The company has a death wish
'Luckily' I'm not rich enough to go at Xmas time in general, let alone on BA.
to include a week or so snow boarding and three weeks travelling about the place and visiting family.
I'm the most successful currently-living New Zealander
my mother is going on holiday on Xmas day... hope she ain't going with BA or I will have failed to dodge seeing Baz the cunt.
You just get whichever one is going to where you're going, for the cheapest. I still don't fully understand why airlines advertise.
Then again, I don't fly that much. Unlike Kevin Spacey. He loves flying.
He seems a little stressed/delusional and could do with the time off.
J Arthur Gowman III
Oh yeah, I've heard of you.
As in rhyming with J Arthur Rank.
That's mighty funny.
you watercannon of fact you
I never knew that! It's my sister's initial and surname!
You've got years of missed innuendo to make up for. Better get on the phone to her immediately
Something should be done! :D
Can't he just unban himself? Is he unbamnanable?
is even the worst train journey is like a walk in the park compared to more than two hours on a plane run by the worst airline.
Cheapness is one thing but when you risk having your legs amputated at the other end due to the seat space cutting off cirulation you really do have to consider things.
he can't complain
But BA is generally a little more expensive than your average - especially over longer distances - so I think it's a conscious choice by people that they want to fly with them.
If you're expensive and have an unreliable reputation, you're in the shit.
they and the royal mail are screwed.
Too many planes for too many routes with too few passengers and directors with too salarys that are too large.
Just sell a couple of planes and stop dicking about with your existing contracts with existing employees, FFS.
Ryanair would give 'em a few quid, I'd have thought.
Boeing & Airbus were still in business, so there's a market out there, surely?