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I’ve travelled on a fair few long haul flights in my time, and despite the fact that you may’ve paid a few hundred pounds per ticket the money always seems to be lost somewhere the payment and the service. That’s no surprise to an extent, companies wanna make money, and they want to offer the bare minimum that they can do without losing paying customers.
It seems this bar has progressively been lowered over the years and has finally hit rock bottom with the glorious company known as United Airlines, now as we investigated recently with Pepsi, it seems that corporations aren’t having the best time in the media right now, and in an attempt to outdo their soft beverage rivals, United Airlines have been embroiled in a new scandal that surely contend a new low in customer service.
But first lemme enlighten with you some juicy knowledge, overbooking is a ploy taken up by aviation companies, in which they overbook planes that would typically be full regardless, this is done as it’s quite regular practice for people who have booked them to not turn up for their flights, some people claim that this is because airlines want to promote greener travel and lower fares for paying customers, that is sanctimonious bullshit, the truth is the company has a full flight and more money in their pocket. It comes down to their money, not yours.
Apr 16, 2017