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Old Sep 17, 06, 4:07 pm
Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Europe
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Originally Posted by kt74
...for anyone at UA who thinks it's a revenue generation opportunity... um, *no*. If you think I (and, I suspect, many others) would consider stepping foot on a UA plane with the risk of E- seating, crap IFE, surly service, hellish hubs (IAD anyone?) and having to pay for crap booze to drown my sorrows in, then, um... No No and thrice No

My JFK next month will definitely be my last UA flt for a while (and I hope to hell I get to keep my E+ seats) - and to think I was considering UA Y for my SYD trip next year...
I'm with you. If I'm going to be sat in E-, I might as well expand my search to AA. They have a much better LHR-NYC schedule than the pathetic once-daily UA flight.
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