Interesting news this morning. Take a look.
Welcome aboard your Westjet flight. You will be pleased to know we are a bottom line company. You as a passenger mean nothing to us. We care only in filling our wallets and making sure yours is empty. We know that you will all be tickled pink that the board room staff here all drive expensive cars and have houses nothing short of a mansion. Please feel free to tip the cabin crew and pilots we don't pay them much either. Gotta look after that bottom line. Oh yes almost forgot thank you for flying Westjet..
Of course it was a "business decision"....not to hard to figure out. Unprofitable routes get cut...some routes that had two airlines flying there...one will stop...simple business. And they always start out by saying it has to do with the conditions on the ground in the destination...very normal...not unique to Westjet.....then after awhile people are not booking ....going to happen with many Cuba bound flights from US in 2018 too.Edited: 17 December 2017, 11:19
WestJet gave false info to customers about flights are canceled to some parts of Cuba that airports are closed due to Irma airports only closed for 2 weeks in cuba after hurricane hit itEdited: 17 December 2017, 11:51
Disgusting and dishonest....the traveling public deserves much better.
We pay the bills.
I am sure this sort of thing will continue to happen, but it is very disheartening, and we certainly don't have to like it !!
I hope everyone who is eligible for compensation makes sure that they get it !
Corporate ethics have never been much of a priority in the airline industry. So this is no surprise.
But But But I keep hearing on this forum how great Latejet is .....
How can this be ?????? , I ask
Any one remember Ward Air? Great airline, best service, and happy employees. Too bad they sold to another airline.
#7: Wardair was great. Some of the best flights we had ever had.
WardAir was above and beyond all Canadian airlines. I even met Max Ward in Barbados one time. That was a real pleasure. WardAir was forced out and in it's place came Canadian Airlines that used a lot of WardAir's practices. I flew back and forth to the Orient on a regular basis with them and they were well respected in the industry and always rated highly. They too were forced out of business by the government because Air Canada wanted the highly rated Asian routes.
I loved flying with Wardair and honestly never had a problem with WestJet either.