Dumbest Airline Policies?

Tell me what you think…

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Please at least have some example or something, put more effort in.

Also this is #real-world-aviation

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  • Pricing
  • Aircraft
  • Comfort
  • Service

0 voters

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Sorry, what?

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@BavariaAVIATION

Which airline policy do you dislike the most…!

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Please it’s just one of my opinion questions that’s all feel free to ask any more questions you have @BavariaAVIATION

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The American Airlines baggage and carry on policy.

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I agree @CptNathanHope

Good one

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The poll doesn’t really help. We gotta be specific.

I really was not a fan of Icelandair’s economy but their Saga Class was well worth the money.

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Good one I’ll work on being more specific with the poll @Noroftheair

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Is the way Boeing designs their planes a policy? If so, I dislike that the most.

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That’s also a good one @BavariaAVIATION

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Southwest’ only families with kids under 4 can use family boarding.

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The fact that you have to turn airoplane mode on

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I don’t like that I could (sometimes) buy a seat for my bag cheaper than checking it on Frontier.

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Yeah that’s annoying but ultimately radiowaves from the phone could potentially mess up ATC communications with the aircraft so it’s necessary really.

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Welcome to the world of Ryanair. £10 fares and then £15 for a bag one way.

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I actually agree with @anon91505560

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@anon91505560

I agree

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In some cases yeah you need it so it doesn’t mess up communication between ATC and the pilots, but on new aircraft there is a less and less chance of it happening

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