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Sunday, December 23, 2007

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Alex Tolley

It is about time that airlines were forced to meet their contractual obligations when they sell you a ticket to travel on a plane at a certain time and date.

I thought it was bad on Pan Am just before they declared bankruptcy, but it seems to have become infinitely worse. If the airlines were running trains, they would be putting "volunteers" on the carriage roofs.

Now here's a thought. How about travel in the luggage hold? Offer space in those cute little Japanese room pods.

Sach

Reminds me of that old Seinfeld episode where Jerry has a reservation for a rental car but upon arrival there were no cars available!

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