NWA cuts fares for 2 weekdays

NWA cuts fares for 2 weekdays

There are 29 comments on the Detroit Free Press story from Apr 15, 2006, titled NWA cuts fares for 2 weekdays. In it, Detroit Free Press reports that:

Northwest Airlines Inc. introduced a pricing plan for many of its leisure fares this week that lowers prices Tuesdays and Wednesdays and raises fares the rest of the week.

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Englewood, CO

#22 Jul 1, 2006
auto-mech wrote:
pilots don't fly unsafe airplanes of course,
but nwa planes flying with parts falling off in the air,
and according to nwa, that's normal,
any one thinks that's normal, he/she is an idiots.
Auto-Mech, your right, everything is normal.
A plane wreck

United States

#23 Jul 1, 2006
Customer wrote:
Why can't these fourms stay on subject. Bitterness will kill you. There is a life after working for an airline.
poor maintenance may not kill you but it will give you the ride that you payed for the pilot only walks around the out side if there is time .. Good Luck

Belleville, MI

#24 Jul 1, 2006
My favorite story I've heard so far was about a FO doing his walkaround. the plane next to him was getting a tire changed and the scab mechanic couldn't get the lugs to budge. he says to the FO " man this thing won't come off." FO says "try turning it the other way." the scab was tightening it !!!!!!!!!!
Mogan Dave

Gardena, CA

#25 Jul 1, 2006
sara from Memphis


#26 Jul 1, 2006
Just a Customer wrote:
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Why not?
Its o.k. we want you to fly!
sara from Memphis


#27 Jul 1, 2006
Just a Customer wrote:
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Why would the pilots fly these planes? Do you imply they are .. out of their mind?
no they just want their paychecks!
sara from Memphis


#28 Jul 1, 2006
Morgan wrote:
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Many thousands of people are indeed avoiding NorthWORST Airlines as the real story of what they have done to their aircraft repair people comes to light. We shall never fly on them until their mechanics are returned. There are other options available to the flying public then a mismanaged mess that creats war against its best employees for no reason. And that scab problem they have is not the answer. How could employees stab each other in the back like that. Lets hope their names are being saved so that when they go elsewhere they can always carry the scab label and be rejected as the scum that they are.
Hey Morgan, Very well said and yes someone is keeping a list of all the Scabs. I hope this link works for you. Everyone check it out now and see if there is anyone you know!


Colombo, Sri Lanka

#29 Nov 4, 2013
I like more so

Since: Apr 09

Kitty Hawk, NC

#30 Nov 5, 2013
Wow! You dig up a 7 1/2 year old thread and don't say anything?

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