Aspen/Snowmass to see boost in flights for ski season
A Frontier Airlines jet taxis on the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport runway. Both Frontier and United will add flights to Aspen for the coming ski season.
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#1 Nov 9, 2009
NWA used to fly there but called it seasonal revenue and pulled out. It looks like cargo, mail, military charters and other ad hoc flying is seasonal and should not be flown. This is how they think.
#2 Nov 9, 2009
Oh get off it. Management is always WRONG and pilots are always RIGHT. We get it. Considering the current antics, you should be happy your management pays more attention than your pilots.
It COULD be worse. Your company could be RUN by a pilot. I can't think of an airline led by a pilot that has prospered although I am open to correction. I remember Eastern, Pan Am, Pride Air, ATA, TWA, USAir, KIWI etc. The best airline manager ever was Bob Crandall who cut his teeth at a greeting card company and did not even know how to fly a plane!
#4 Nov 12, 2009
I don't mind bad decisions as long as you are willing to bet your job on it. They continue to run the airline into the ground and get a bonus for doing it
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