Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Get Paid to Fly

A Contract is a Contract

Commercial airline
Flybe had to get creative to get their rebate check... I love common sense!

Reuters is reporting that Flybe has given the term low-fare airline an entirely new meaning: it is paying 172 people to fly back and forth across England and the Irish Sea to help it meet a target for passenger numbers at Norwich airport.

Richard Jenner, managing director of the airport in eastern England, called the British carrier's move "ludicrous" and said the target had to be met by regular fare-paying passengers.

I doubt it. If it is not in the contract, intentions count for very little.

Jenner: write the check!

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