Old Jul 15, 19, 5:13 pm
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Midwest USA
Programs: BA GGL/CCR, WN A+/CP, UA SIL, Marriott TIT (LT), Hyatt EXPL, Hilton DIA
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This is 99% the fault of the captain, either for not turning on the APU and air conditioning packs, or ensuring that ground air is connected for a cooling source. I would complain during and after the flight if it is not corrected. Captains are afraid of retribution from the company for fuel savings and are not turning on the APU when needed
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