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Old Oct 20, 08, 4:56 pm
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Dave Noble
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Originally Posted by FWAAA View Post
I disagree. It's time for AA to make some money. For the first nine months of 2008, AA has lost over a half billion dollars (excluding special items) and has produced negative cash from operations. I want AA to survive - actually thrive - so that my status and accumulated miles are worth something. With premium revenue tanking, now's not the time to drop any fees, IMO. YMMV.
I disagree. If the price of fuel has dropped , then the fuel surcharges should be dropped. If the fares are too low, then the actual base fares can be raised, not use fuel as a pretence

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