This is the happiest airline in America
Researchers analyzed job reviews from employees to see who is the most content. After 3 years on top, Southwest fell to No. 4 this year.
This year, as you book your getaway, you might want to consider which airline employees will be smiling from check-in to landing, making your trip at least a little bit more enjoyable.
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Of course they are happy.
They don't have to sit in a coach seat (which is getting smaller).
They hang out in the back and yuck it up about selling us $7 peanut (yes, singular).
How about Happy Fliers .. who don't have to be nickeled and dimed to death with fees ... luggage fees and ticket change fees > that can actually cost more than the ticket does.
And flights that actually arrive on Time.
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