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Delta is playing the card of ignorance buying Alaska. The industry needs the Pacific Northwest vibe of Alaska to balance out the toxicity of the other carriers. Why doesn't Delta just offer a better product instead of ruining others. Delta can buy more 737 and fly the routes themselves. Delta is conceding it is a s***y airline if it buys Alaska. Can't offer a better product so they buy them? Say no Delta Airlines say no to tyranny and wickedness in the industry. Washington DC actually do something of value adding and stand firm on blocking this merger. I thought the consumer wanted options.
Here is an idea for all the dumb a $$ es at Delta Air Lines. The equation to run an airline, the way to right to ship of an airline...
Simple Titration: just need the reaction; everything else is wasting resources.
*Where do individuals want to go and fly there
*Think originating-and-deplaning, point-to-point
*Put some thought into the name of the airline
Straying from the principle is bankruptcy and adhering to the principle is survival.
I'll admit the name Delta might hold the company back, but Delta can still max out its East coast presences. It can be the Alaska of the East coast. What was the saying "Keep Delta my Delta". Taking lessons from Doug Parker and telling the whole world Delta management is filled with idiots. Leave Alaska alone before Delta ruins its vibe. Hands off Alaska.
By the way...the American Airlines culture eats up the equation/principle. American is going to be kicking your a $$. (They just have to weather Doug Parker and co.) In reality Delta Air Lines kicks its own a $$ by mismanagement.
Who would of thought a miscellaneous nobody would school the entire industry. I wasn't planning that one, but the industry is fitted with so many idiots. Lighthearted...So do I at least get a golden parachute like the other airline CEOs of the past. I've done what they didn't; I've supplied the equation for running an airline. ...Call the equation a free giveaway. Delta among others might try to draw me out to beat me up (putting things kindly). Probably don't like getting schooled so bad. Everybody now knows your shortcomings.
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