I was in the line up one day. Tower asked a USAir
flight if they had the just departed SWA jet in
"We've got a visual on the Corndog," the USAir pilot
Cracked me up!
The LAX corndog would be the
curbside check-in line for Southwest Airlines at Terminal
1 in LAX.
Perhaps the point needs to be reiterated that our
accident investigation is not complete. Your rhetoric on
this subject only serves to show the rest of us your
lack of intellectual thought. Are you aware of some
criminal activity the rest of us haven't heard about? The
FBI has been all over ALK for over a year, without
finding anything. What's up with that?
enough on AWA to see how "high" the morale is, with the
constant whining about a mangagment who could care less
about the employees. It'll be interesting to see if the
pilots walk a picket line. There's a few places I
wouldn't want to be working, in this industry, and AWA is
one of them. Hasn't AWA maintenance been under the
microscope? Why would be that be? The FAA wouldn't permit AWA
to obtain more airplanes for a time? Why would be
that be? All of this goes right to the heart of AWA
management. I would suggest, as you throw darts around, that
you look at yourself, first.
>>ALK management has never been to the
bankruptcy court, probably due to some element of managerial
So true yet far better to speak
to a bankruptcy judge than the NTSB and the FBI.
Remember: bankruptcy is not a federal crime.