Rudest flight attendants are with?

Rudest flight attendants are with?

Created by Av Tech Spec on Apr 24, 2014

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Eagle (American's outsourced companies)

Connection (Delta's outsourced companies)

Express (United's outsourced companies)

Av Tech Spec

United States

#1 Apr 24, 2014
As American, Delta, and United have outsourced so much of their flying to so many different companies, these 3 represent a broad section of the travelling publics experience with the regional and mainline airline industry.

Rudest can included:

Unrefined
Lacking Education
Slovenly
Ghetto
Unsanitary
Haughty

or just plain full of themselves, which makes flying with AA Eagle, DL Connection, or UA Express just a plain miserable but memorable experience.
It is not fair

United States

#2 Apr 25, 2014
It is not fair to criticize AA Eagle, Delta Connection, or United Express, cause these are not airlines.

The only problem is I do not actually know what airline is actually operating the flight half the time when I am on them, and just know them as American, Delta, or United providing the deplorable experience!

Since: Apr 09

Kitty Hawk, NC

#3 Apr 25, 2014
It is not fair wrote:
It is not fair to criticize AA Eagle, Delta Connection, or United Express, cause these are not airlines.
Now that right there is funny......no matter who you are!(To be said with a "Larry the Cable Guy accent")
Listerine

United States

#4 Apr 29, 2014
Seamlessness was one of the main goals of creating the AA Eagle, DL Connection, and UA Express brands.

Unfortunately, much of the time, you get on the regional entities, you are completely unsure, if your bags will fit, water in the lavs if you have a lav, competency of the staff, or if you will be bounced around in turbulence in antiquated propeller airplanes.

Not to mention if you will be flying aboard a claustrophobic cramped smell your neighbors underarms tube, or something similar to Boeing 777 sized coach 9 abreast seats that one maybe even may be able to fit into.

That is after climbing and deplaning in the snow, rain, and heat up and downstairs.

No wonder the UA Express, DL Connection, and AA Eagle brands are so despised.
ConnectionEagleE xpress

United States

#6 Jun 3, 2014
At least when you choose and buy a ticket and fly;

Allegiant, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, or Virgin America, from their route maps,

You at least know you are actually flying the airline you thought you were booking to fly with!!!

With at least ONE of these, you even get the two added benefits of supporting good made in the USA Boeing jobs, and your bags fly free all at fares far more straight forward, clear, and honest!

Ding! I wonder which airline that could be.
ConnectionEagleE xpress

United States

#7 Jun 3, 2014
Or in other words you can blame Allegiant, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, or Virgin America airlines directly for bad service.

With
American Airlines Group (AA Eagle),
Delta (DL Connection), &
United Continental Holdings (UA Express), passengers don't really know who to blame for bad service etc, and don't really care, but just tend to lump AA DL and UA as all bad, something which you cannot blame the passenger for even if it was actually a cobranded regional.

For many of these big and small companies I this better marketing for them to be equally bad together, and airline ceo talking heads know this.
Toad

Atlanta, GA

#8 Jun 9, 2014
ConnectionEagleExpress wrote:
At least when you choose and buy a ticket and fly;
Allegiant, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, or Virgin America, from their route maps,
You at least know you are actually flying the airline you thought you were booking to fly with!!!
With at least ONE of these, you even get the two added benefits of supporting good made in the USA Boeing jobs, and your bags fly free all at fares far more straight forward, clear, and honest!
Ding! I wonder which airline that could be.
While I love Boeing Jets, AirBus supports about 68k jobs in the USA, indirectly about another 25k. And, the 330-200/300 is a great wide body AC w/ lots of pax/crew comforts. Competition keeps everyone honest. BTW, did you know that there is no Boeing AC made w/ or by 100% American labour & or materials?
Toad

Atlanta, GA

#9 Jun 9, 2014
Southwest will accept the first two checked bags for free provided that the bags do not exceed 50 lbs and 62 inches (L+W+H). Overweight items from 50 to 100 pounds and oversized items in excess of 62 inches but not more than 80 inches will be accepted for a charge of $75 per item.

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