Tell us again.. Air mergers were going to be good for the customer how?

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  1. ahappyelite

    ahappyelite Silver Member

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    Decimated frequent flyer programs, sky high fares, ending of interline agreements, fewer flights on weekends and late nights, unbridled collusion, horrific on board conditions, brazen price fixing,fewer upgrades, loss of economy+ and other elite benefits often earned over years, jammed hubs and clubs, other hubs abandoned, gouging of leisure pax, workers in a state of meltdown, a daily experiment to hit a new low that the cartel can copy. All brought to America courtesy of unnecessary and inferentially corrupt mergers. Airline brass-emphasis on brass-have preposterously convinced investors and boards in the prone position that it requires a special kind of talent to be uber profitable in a nation with no choice. Since 2011 airline executives have earned hundreds of millions of dollars that flow directly from the evisceration of consumer options in a nation where more than ever the deck is totally stacked against the consumer.
     
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    If you are aware of anything that is qualitatively better about US air travel since creation of the cartel, please share it. There would be no need for so many posts if the media had reported these incredible relentless deteriorations, but, alas, the media has ignored story after story about the plight of the American air hostage at the behest of the travel industry.
     

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