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    It only took AA 5 years to go from the top to the bottom.


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    As we celebrate five years since the merger this month, here is AAG’s reality.

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    As of December 5, 2018

    Doug Parker, instead of celebrate, let’s get to work...
    Because at this rate, the party will be over in another 5 years.
    Last edited by NoOtPilot; 12-05-2018 at 03:37 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    As we celebrate five years since the merger this month, here is AAG’s reality.

    57569796-5165-46EB-A803-D0047555289D.jpg6878CF57-F827-424F-BEBB-D97D9046EB38.jpg
    As of December 5, 2018

    Doug Parker, instead of celebrate, let’s get to work...
    Because at this rate, the party will be over in another 5 years.
    Facts. Painful facts, but facts.

    You can add a comparison of AA pilots contract to that and it’s no less depressing. In fact, not only pilot culture, but all front-line culture also ranks at the bottom according to the AA vibe I hear.

    Wish it wasn’t so, but the old saying (in all its variations) is apt, to wit.......” Those who fail to understand and remember history are doomed to repeat it”. Deaf ears at Centreport though.

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    Well AA won airline of the year, again, so they're doing something right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglepilot View Post
    Well AA won airline of the year, again, so they're doing something right.
    Exactly. It's just these dimwits on this board that choose to find problems that aren't there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglepilot View Post
    Well AA won airline of the year, again, so they're doing something right.
    Really ?

    Many sources rate an “airline of the year”. Looking over what’s out there, I don’t see AA among reputable sources, but I could have missed it. Could you please include the source, so we could examine its reputation and thus the validity of this claim ?

    Among most performance metrics, service and otherwise, AA has clearly plummeted to mediocrity at best. Walmart comes to mind for some reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dacuj View Post
    Exactly. It's just these dimwits on this board that choose to find problems that aren't there.

    Says our resident gap-toothed mouth breather whose knuckles are skinned to the bone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    As we celebrate five years since the merger this month, here is AAG’s reality.

    57569796-5165-46EB-A803-D0047555289D.jpg6878CF57-F827-424F-BEBB-D97D9046EB38.jpg
    As of December 5, 2018

    Doug Parker, instead of celebrate, let’s get to work...
    Because at this rate, the party will be over in another 5 years.
    ...or Doug won't be here in 5 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleboy View Post
    Says our resident gap-toothed mouth breather whose knuckles are skinned to the bone.
    It's his knees that are skinned to the bone. His hands are soft and supple due to being constantly covered in lotion....and he has a purty mouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Death Dealer View Post
    It's his knees that are skinned to the bone. His hands are soft and supple due to being constantly covered in lotion....and he has a purty mouth.
    Well, considering his Area Code, there are some lonely rivers he can get into a pickle (pun intended) with. Some of those local probably aren't to far off from Deliverance.

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    Deliverance took place in Georgia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirsnacksalot View Post
    Deliverance took place in Georgia.
    Yup, seen the movie many times (and read the book). 318 Area code is in northern Louisiana and as I stated, there’s some lonely rivers and wilderness there along with prolly a few toothless characters who would enjoy making someone squeal like a hog.

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