Friday, 28 August 2009

Uh oh

This does not bode well for the near future (i.e. after May 2010)

This is a model whose success is based on being the cheapest, and some would say being very misleading about what services you do provide. And with as much evidence as the article provides as justification for this model I would also suggest that it will also repeat what many others have found with no frills airlines it actually cost more when you take in consideration the additioanl costs incurred as you have been flown millions of miles away from where you thought you wee going. It works well for a business man with no luguage but disproportionatelyhits those with children. The more I think about it the worse this idea sounds. And that's before we get to the protection of the historic environment

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