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Old 03-05-2019, 08:10 PM   #71  
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LFT, what a *******hole.
That's my home town. What hotel do they put y'all up in?
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Old 03-05-2019, 09:13 PM   #72  
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That's my home town. What hotel do they put y'all up in?
The Wyndham Garden on Pinhook. Just an aging hotel in bad need of a renovation.
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Thatís another issue is our lazy crews wonít get on API and report stuff. The FAs donít mind sending pictures around on Facebook, but they wonít take 5 minutes to report it on API. Iím getting tired of hearing FOs griping and then tell me they didnít bother reporting it. I tell them to report it or you have no right to complain.
The company is 100% complacent in allowing substandard lodging for crews, but that unfortunately means the onus is on us to step up and say as much. Unfortunately, not many people take the three minutes on the van ride to work to report the bed bug, cockroach, or fatigue-inducing situation to API.
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Old 03-15-2019, 08:32 PM   #74  
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The Wyndham Garden on Pinhook. Just an aging hotel in bad need of a renovation.
Yeah, can't remember what chain owned it before, but years ago the nightclub downstairs (Scandals) used to be a great place. lol
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I was at MCO and overheard 2 JetBlue flight attendants talking about their time at MESA. They talked to me for a few minutes and told me everyone they worked with, pilot group and management was easy to deal with. They also said except for a few stations hotels were excellent , especially on the routes out of IAH and overnights in Mexico. They both said they had no complaints except the money, but they knew that going in.

So my question is...whats the big deal?!
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I was at MCO and overheard 2 JetBlue flight attendants talking about their time at MESA. They talked to me for a few minutes and told me everyone they worked with, pilot group and management was easy to deal with. They also said except for a few stations hotels were excellent , especially on the routes out of IAH and overnights in Mexico. They both said they had no complaints except the money, but they knew that going in.

So my question is...whats the big deal?!
No, our hotels are NOT excellent. Itís mostly dumpy hotels in bad areas. Mexico hotels are however the nicer ones in our system. We have a couple of Courtyard hotels in the US, and one Sheraton. We have a few Baymont hotels. Iíd say at 50% of our hotels no other airlines stay there....
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Our hotels have to be some of the worst in the regionals. We stay in Baymonts clarions and Howard Johnsonís but mostly Choice hotels Laquitaís Sleep inns etc. staying at these dumps brings your moral down Iíve turned down overtime because the hotel was so bad.
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I was at MCO and overheard 2 JetBlue flight attendants talking about their time at MESA. They talked to me for a few minutes and told me everyone they worked with, pilot group and management was easy to deal with. They also said except for a few stations hotels were excellent , especially on the routes out of IAH and overnights in Mexico. They both said they had no complaints except the money, but they knew that going in.

So my question is...whats the big deal?!
You mean Mesa? Thereís no such company as MESA. Itís not an acronym. You donít say SKYWEST do you?
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No, our hotels are NOT excellent. Itís mostly dumpy hotels in bad areas. Mexico hotels are however the nicer ones in our system. We have a couple of Courtyard hotels in the US, and one Sheraton. We have a few Baymont hotels. Iíd say at 50% of our hotels no other airlines stay there....
Is that the UA side?
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Is that the UA side?
Yep. Itís embarrassing getting on a van to a Baymont and every other crew is getting on a Hilton or Marriott property van
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