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Discount Airline Strands Passengers 3

Canada’s 3rd largest airline Jetsgo is seeking court protection from its creditors after announcing that it is ceasing operations. 17,000 passengers are stranded at one of the busiest travel times. Passengers entered the airport only to find that the kiosks were abandoned, the computers were removed, and the www.JetsGo.com website wasn’t responding.

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What better way to go down then to take in as much money as you can, then clandestinely remove your computers and shut down your operations in the middle of the night; forcing thousands of people to buy tickets from other airlines to get to their destinations.

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3 thoughts on “Discount Airline Strands Passengers

  1. WhyNot Mar 13, 2005 6:05 pm

    Corporations all over the world are learning how to do it “the American Way”, Jim.

    PS: this would be a good one to crosspost to PP if you wanted.

  2. Jim Mar 13, 2005 9:06 pm

    True enough man, I bet the CEO of the defunct airline is sitting there counting all his money right now.

    PS: I’ll cross-post it.. I wasn’t sure if it was relatable to PP or not.

    thx

  3. WhyNot Mar 14, 2005 1:40 am

    “I bet the CEO of the defunct airline is sitting there counting all his money right now”

    In Tahiti, sipping a Pina Colada on the beach, a dozen native girls queuing up to give him head while he nonchanlantly drops 100 dollar notes in the sand.

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