Passenger wrote: ↑
30 Jan 2019, 07:58
RoMax wrote: ↑
30 Jan 2019, 07:20
Ansett wrote: ↑
30 Jan 2019, 05:05
Sorry for the «broken record» : for those who were still in two minds, my «broken record» says : if you are not bound by a corporate travel policy, don't fly any of the LH Group airlines anymore, be it for business or leisure, and don't fly via Spohr's declared hubs (FRA, MUC, ZRH, VIE and FCO ???) and try to convince your relatives, friends and acquaintances to do the same
If you think that will help any of the thousands of Belgian employees of the LH group
whatsoever, now or in the future or on another matter the future connectivity via Brussels, be my guest...
Luckiky I'm quite confident there is still a huge difference between the market and its aviation enthusiasts, without trying to be denigrating whatsoever about the latter as I belong to that group myself.
Don't worry, RoMax. There are a lot of people working with a competitor airline here, and they love to post stuff like that. "Try to convince relatives, friends and acquaintances not to fly via FRA
"??? Quite funny, actually.
@Passenger : I'm not working for the competition and buy my own tickets both for business or leisure. As to your sense of humour, it's like your "know-it-all" attitude on this forum. It goes nowhere.
@Romax : No, it will not help any of the thousands of Belgian employees of the LH Group, but, with all due respect, in spite of what I wrote, I'm probably more concerned about these employees than CS.
And no, it will not help future connetivity via BRU. Sorry for you that you have not understood yet that SN integrated in EW will become a point-to-point airline (statement clearly made by CS). Say farewell to connectivity via BRU with SN/EW.
As for the rest, I have principles which some people here dont have and who are telling the Krauts, please continue to f***ck us. (sorry for being rude). When someone or a company cheats on me, I say Bye and don't give them my money anymore. It's a question of principle.