Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Toronto - Rogers 8300HD PVR
I guess the logic is, that it increases their profit, and only inconveniences a small percentage of passengers. However as Air Canada keeps inconveniencing different small groups of passengers.
Personally after a 5-hour flight to LA where I had to buy my own food, and a 4-hour flight to Seattle, where they didn't even have any hot food to sell ... I'll do anything I can to ever fly that horrid airline again. I'm sure most people aren't bothered by this. But if they keep alienating different groups of their passengers ... they won't have any.
I don't see how 9/11 has anything to do with this. This seems more on the current need for any large corporations to make additional cost savings every year, in order to increase shareholder equity.