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Richard H. Anderson (wife: Susan K. Anderson)
345 Brentwood Ter NE
Atlanta, GA 30305
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Gerard J. Arpey (wife: Eliza Arpey)
4611 Meandering Way
Colleyville, TX 76034
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David J. Barger (wife: Eliza A. Arpey)
845 United Nations Plaza Unit 57E
New York, New York 10017
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A JetBlue pilot isn't happy with his employer after being stuck on the tarmac of a Connecticut airport for some eight hours on Saturday. Neither are many of his passengers. Flights from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Newark, New Jersey, are usually uneventful -- two-plus hours of flight and then taxi to the gate -- but throw in a freak October snowstorm and it's a different story. "I have a paraplegic that needs to come off," the pilot said. "I have a diabetic here that's got an issue ... I've just got to get some help." But the plane was still not at a gate, further frustrating the pilot. "Look, you know, we can't seem to get any help from our own company," the pilot told the tower. "I apologize for this, but if there is any way you can get a tug and a tow bar out here to us and get us towed somewhere to a gate or something. I don't care, take us anywhere." The pilot, though frustrated, offered thanks to Bradley International officials.
The former JetBlue flight attendant who soared to instant celebrity after deploying an emergency evacuation slide to dramatically exit an airplane in 2010 has been sentenced to a year of probation after completing a mental health treatment program.
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Glenn F. Tilton (wife: Jacqueline "Jackie" M. Tilton)
1500 N. Lake Shore Dr. Suite 18C
Chicago, Illinois 60610
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Jeffrey A. Smisek (wife: Elizabeth Smisek ??)
5211 Briar Drive
Houston, TX 77056
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Doug Parker (wife: Gwendolyn Parker)
6244 E Berneil Lane
Paradise Valley, Arizona
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Spirit Airlines CEO
900 Ponce De Leon Dr. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
purchased on June 17, 2005 for $1,575,000; 3 bed, 2 bath, 3,461 sq ft
Craig Kreeger, a senior vice president at American Airlines, will succeed Virgin CEO Steve Ridgway next month.
1324 W. Canterbury Ct.
Dallas, Texas 75208
Southwest Airlines CEO
Gary C. Kelly (wife: Carol Kelly)
Plano, TX 75025
Just when you thought air travel couldn't get any worse, maggots falling from an overhead bin on a US Airways flight out of Atlanta this week forced the plane to return to the gate. Doug Parker is the CEO of US Airways and should be contacted with any questions.
Sen. Charles Schumer announced Sunday that contacted officials at American Airlines, Delta Airlines, JetBlue, United Airlines and US Airways, and secured commitments from all five companies. The airlines have promised not to charge passengers for carry-on baggage.
US Airways, Inc., an operating unit of US Airways Group. US Airways is the fifth largest airline in the US. The airline company has a fleet of about 350 mainline jet aircraft and 320 regional jet and turbo-prop planes. They serve about 200 destinations in North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Hawaii, Europe and the Middle East. US Airways headquarters are located in Tempe, Arizona. The airline employs more than 33,000 people across the globe and manage more than 3,000 daily flights. The airline was acquired by America West Airlines and its partners in 2005, but kept the US Airways name. US Airways operates hubs in Charlotte, Philadelphia and Phoenix. US Airways also maintains focus city operations at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, DC. Doug Parker US Airways CEO was arrested for driving under the influence in 2007 and had two prior DUI convictions. Doug Parker's name is William Douglas Parker, but chooses to go by Doug.
We decided that since airlines are notorious for fucking up your travel plans, we would dedicate this page to all of the major airlines. Congratulations, contact an airline CEO is here. Southwest Airlines' CEO is Gary Kelly and their headquarters are in Dallas, Texas. Delta Airlines headquarters is in Atlanta, Georgia. Delta's CEO is Richard Anderson. American Airlines headquarters is in Fort Worth, Texas. American Airlines CEO is Gerard Arpey. Jet Blue headquarters is in Forrest Hills, New York. Jet Blue's CEO is David Barger. United Airlines CEO is Glenn Tilton and their headquarters are located in Chicago, Illinois. Southwest Airlines has been harshly criticized for their policies against overweight people. Once again proving obesity is a far bigger social issue than adultery.
Wanted to get the contact information posted first. More to come. Airlines suck. They ruin countless honeymoons, vacations, business meetings, and other travel plans. They refuse to compensate your for weather related issues, but the truth of the matter is that they will classify it as "weather related" even when it is not weather related. Speaking of which, on December 19, 2009, Delta cancelled approximately 500 flights in the Washington DC area, due to weather. The airlines have a history of bad customer relations. Southwest used to have a television show on A&E, I do not think the show was still running. The show tried bring the reality aspect to the passengers and Southwest Customer Service Staff. Southwest did a good job of giving the appearance on the show that they would do anything in real life to make their customers happy. I thought the show was always more of a Public Relations stunt designed to boost Southwest sales.
Continential Airlines made recent headlines when they denied Joan Rivers boarding to an airplane because of a document discrepency. Continential Airlines received a bunch of negative publicity over the incident. Continential Airlines CEO is Jeffrey Smisek and their headquarters are located in Texas.
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Airline prices have sky rocketed. So why should anyone have
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American Airlines, there are dozens of low fare sites that offer discounts for
those of us who are on a budget. I found myself searching many different sites
to fund the best price for flying American Airlines.
Driving can be less expensive, but if you want o have more
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commercials and they claim that they are the best discount air fare site. A
trip from Atlanta , Georgia
to Tampa , Florida
with American Airlines costs a whopping $286.00. I wanted to see if I could get
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The first site was Priceline.com. They didn’t offer any
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they kidding? A round trip with American Airlines with these guys will cost me
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I discovered Bestfares.com. I was hoping for a better
bargain with this discount site. An American Airlines round trip here was $286.00-the
same as Expedia.com. I compared prices of other airlines compared to American
Airlines. So which airline fared cheapest? US Airways won hands down, with
Delta as a close runner-up. With a suffering economy the airlines have also
been bit by the recession. With my summer trip to Florida around the corner I need to decide
if I should fly American Airlines, or pack up my Ford Explorer and take the scenic
route. May I should keep searching the Internet for a sweet deal.
My next discovery was Flight.com. This search only offered
two airlines, and that didn’t include American Airlines. Orbitz.com offered a
one stop flight to Tampa
for $286.00. That offer was a no brainer for me. On with the search! If I were
a military wife I would get great discounts. But since that isn’t the case, I
continued my head wrenching challenge. My
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This is where frustration kicks in. They were offering the same price of
$286.00. Maybe this was my exit cue. Maybe after an hour of searching for great
prices to fly American Airlines-it was time to admit that perhaps driving
wouldn’t be a bad idea. While I admit that I’ll miss the convenience, I too
suffer in these difficult economic times. So in a few weeks I’ll load up the Explorer
and drive towards the sunset of sunny Florida!