BA: baggage performance finally improves....

Old Dec 5, 08, 3:25 pm
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BA: baggage performance finally improves....

...and finally some good publicity on T5

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/35...-improves.html

BA's November stats now places it above LH, AF, IB KL stats for the Summer period.
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Old Dec 5, 08, 3:54 pm
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At last - the press recognise what we, as staff, have known for some while. It's a shame that so many don't believe us.

But I bet we won't see this report in the Mail
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Old Dec 7, 08, 10:15 am
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Well, unfortunately my 2 bags didn't make it today with an 18 hour stopover on the way back from TXL and despite a delayed departure to CDG. Of course, it doesn't change the overall statistics .
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Originally Posted by JOUY31 View Post
Well, unfortunately my 2 bags didn't make it today with an 18 hour stopover on the way back from TXL and despite a delayed departure to CDG. Of course, it doesn't change the overall statistics .
I'm not surprised.
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Old Dec 13, 08, 9:19 pm
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[QUOTE=But I bet we won't see this report in the Mail [/QUOTE]

Maybe not, but the Mail has recently had a very very positive piece on T5....who'd have thought it eh?

http://www.travelmail.co.uk/travel/A...ticle_id=49067

...In fact, it's (travelling through Terminal 5) a bit like when you're offered a chance upgrade and you can never turn right on an airplane in comfort again.

Presently, I feel like the Madame Bovary of 21st century air travel, destined for a life of pedestrian experiences and unable to shake the memory of what it could be like. How am I ever going to tolerate grotty Gatwick now?
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Maybe not, but the Mail has recently had a very very positive piece on T5....who'd have thought it eh?

http://www.travelmail.co.uk/travel/A...ticle_id=49067

...In fact, it's (travelling through Terminal 5) a bit like when you're offered a chance upgrade and you can never turn right on an airplane in comfort again.

Presently, I feel like the Madame Bovary of 21st century air travel, destined for a life of pedestrian experiences and unable to shake the memory of what it could be like. How am I ever going to tolerate grotty Gatwick now?
Or any of T1, T2, T3 or T4! BAA please hurry up with Heathrow East!
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