Well if AAL wants to convince Eagle passengers that they are actually on American, they should expect to be associated with the bad parts too. How many passengers know what codesharing is?I love how the "AMERICAN AIRLINES" name and pictures of mainline AA aircraft are splashed across the top of the page...
It was an Eagle flight.
I would bet 90% of business travels do. Which are most of the people on the plane anyway. Just saying.Well if AAL wants to convince Eagle passengers that they are actually on American, they should expect to be associated with the bad parts too. How many passengers know what codesharing is?
Ah, I see! Well I could see that then. The CR7 is definitely dual-class. Maybe they work it just like you suggested. So then it boils down to maturity.Not sure how Eagle does it, the CR7 has 2-class configuration, right?
At AA on the F-100 the #1 was the "FC F/A" and the #2 was the "Main Cabin F/A". However, there were only 8 seats in FC and the #1, upon completion of duties, if able (ie had time), the #1 would go back and work the other side of the cart with the #2 in the back. So some cooperation was required. For all the different people I flew with in 7 years I can honestly say there wasn't one I couldn't get along with for the space of a couple hours. It's not that hard for both parties, even if they really can't stand each other, to just do what has to be done to get the flight from A to B. It just takes some maturity and professionalism, something these 2 apparently were lacking.