Delta Used To Clean Its Planes, United Still Doesn’t [Roundup]

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  1. Why did United ask if it had been brought to the FA attention? They are just there for safety, not clean up. Right?

  2. Bought the 5$ 24 hr pass and I played around on

    While I love the concept, rewards searches came back with wildly different results. Often Etihad Guest came back with many 3,000,000+ 795 surcharges, just very unreasonable numbers

    Often airlines I know have award space wouldn’t show up, and the airline wouldn’t show up at all (alaska program searches)

    I hope it get’s sorted out

  3. WOW, AA planes are way cleaner these days. . .Thanks Kirby for dragging UA down even further (BTW seatback screen won’t impress) and DL is showing that dollar is more important then service.

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