The passengers actually decided on action and staged an ON Plane Sit In
We hear that the only reason that the shit didn't start flying through the air onto the flight crew was because they LOCKED the bathrooms.
Viking Hellas Clearly Your Tail is Draggin ..
First the UK Passenger Sit In
Some 100 passengers staged a sit-in on a plane at Birmingham Airport refusing to get off for several hours.The Viking Hellas flight was originally scheduled to leave from Manchester for Athens at 13:00 BST, but passengers were then taken by bus to Birmingham.They boarded a plane due to leave at 17:00, but were then told to get off, which they refused to do.At about 01:30 BST they finally agreed to leave and left the airport by bus to return to Manchester.West Midlands Police boarded the plane during the dispute.A police spokesman said: "It was just a civil dispute and the police were there monitoring the situation to make sure it didn't get out of hand."He said there had been "an issue between the airline and the passengers".A passenger named Dorota said the flight had been chartered and they were originally due to fly on Friday, 21 October.She said: "People are hungry. They have not eaten since this morning."The air conditioning has been switched off and it is getting hot. The airline will not give us food, only water."She later said: "We decided to leave the plane because there was no point in staying on there."We are going home. We have got a letter from Viking Hellas and we can get a refund."The letter said the plane could not take off due to unforeseen circumstances, she said.No-one has been available for comment from Viking Hellas.
No Food, and then they switched off the air conditioning on the airplane..
How the Hell do you charge me for Carrying My Bag With Me ?
Talk about a Cheap Shot - Airlines You Are The Real Shylocks, Face It.
Fun and Cheap this was not - Jet Blue You Are Probably THROUGH -
Jet Blue you know you are totally wrong -Passengers on the plane that took off from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at about 9 a.m. yesterday were stuck on the tarmac in Connecticut for more than seven hours after the flight was diverted, the Associated Press reported.One passenger said the last hours were spent without food or water and the restrooms were unusable. The wire service said the plane was bound for Newark, New Jersey.JetBlue, in a statement today, said it was uncertain how long any of its planes remained on the tarmac. The airline said that six of its flights were diverted to the Hartford area due to “infrastructure issues” at airports in the New York area.“We have seen media reports of a lack of provisions onboard and our internal information does not correlate with those reports,” the statement said.New York-based JetBlue said the airport “experienced intermittent power outages,” which made refueling and deplaning difficult.John Wallace, a spokesman for Bradley International Airport, didn’t respond to a request for comment by telephone and e-mail.More than 3.8 million homes and businesses from West Virginia to Maine were without power this weekend after the region’s biggest October storm in decades blanketed some towns with 31 inches of snow.In Connecticut, 800,935 customers were without service this afternoon, surpassing the outages caused by Hurricane Irene in August. Hartford set an October snow record with 12.3 inches (31 centimeters).
“We have seen media reports of a lack of provisions onboard and our internal information does not correlate with those reports,” the statement said.
WTF are You Really Talking About Jet Blue ?
And Locking The Toilets ?
No Go Jet Blue you are Fulla Shit Literally
OH HELL NO
Watch This from the CEO of Spirit Airlines and tell us if you winThe third-quarter results conclude the earnings season on a mostly positive note for major U.S. airlines and reflect a newfound ability to manage capacity, one analyst said."There's no signs of weakness yet," said Helane Becker, an analyst with Dahlman Rose & Co. "What you're seeing across the board for the group in general is pretty positive."The airline industry is on the mend after a decade-long downturn that sent several carriers into bankruptcy. But even as soaring fuel costs and economic gloom threaten to disrupt the recovery, carriers have managed the plight effectively by cutting the number of seats they sell when times get rough.
1. being charged for things like no being able to bring your own water onto the airplane; even it it's for medical use. or your own prepumped baby milk to feed your breast fed baby. yeah babies are also targeted by the air carriers.
2. being charged for your baggage - when it's already factored into the price of your weight allowance as a passenger. Why are you paying twice for something you've already paid for ?
3. being frisked and investigated by the TSA which are not a federal law enforcement agency; but the private contractors of the airlines themselves.
They are not able to arrest you nor are they enforcing any laws. they are there strictly to enforce the fear factor of the over zealous corporate air carriers who want to shake you down for every bit of dignity you have; both ways. Watch This BS and Decide if You're Interested in Being Investigated for Traveling Legally
4. being over extended in every way you can be, by having to be investigated as though you are a criminal - for your leisure time purchase. Who else asks you why you are paying cash when you walk up to the counter to make a purchase and then has a problem if you don't give them Your Credit Card as a secondary form of Identification ?watch this and decide if you are ready for somebody to decide if you are a criminal - and then violate your rights in the name of what ?
Hello America - Credit Cards Are Not Identification - so why is the air carrier asking you for yours ?
know you know.
They gon make somebody loose they mind Up In There - Up In There..